Last week, the ELJHS Drama club took us back to the Nifty Fifties where Rock & Roll was born: Cars, drive ins, diners, poodle skirts and all the fun of the jive and the twist. The music and dancing reminds you of the classic times of Grease, Hairspray, and the characters of Archie comics. “Rock Around the Block” was directed by Drama Club Leader, Rebecca Smith (EA). ELJHS collected a large donation for the food bank at the door. Stay tuned for next year’s big production. Submitted by Lacombe Junior High

PHOTO: Lacombe Junior High presents Rock around the Block

ELJHS collected a large donation for the Food Bank at the door

By Todd Vaughan

ELJHS collected a large donation for the Food Bank at the door

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