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THS’s first Coffee Shop performances draw newcomers to stage

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Thursday saw the first Coffee House held at Toledo High School for the present school year and organizers said they saw regulars as well as new faces at the entertainment venue. The event, planned to be regularly held throughout the school year, featured live performances from students such as Tim Goodwin (left), Tia Stemley (center) and Kaitee Carney (right), as well as staff members such as organizer and music enthusiast Seth Martin. Martin said he was pleased to see a growing number of students coming to participate, noting the many football players both in attendance and on stage that night. Acts varied from singing to short skits and featured accompaniment both live and recorded. Carney even treated the audience to a rendition of The Cup Song upon request, in which a cup is struck on a table alternating rim-first and bottom-first to produce variations in tone to mark time. The event also featured free coffee and cookies, donations for which will gladly be accept at the High School office for future performances.Photos my Marlea Hanson

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