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Ani Maamin: SKA’s Production ’12

I believe! The Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls’ Production expressed this year’s theme so beautifully.

In these trying times, in light of recent events, we need emunah. There is no way to explain why so much devastation happened during Hurricane Sandy or why so many lives were cut short at Sandy Hook Elementary. The only place we can turn with our emotions is toward Hashem.

On Motzaei Shabbos, December 29, and Sunday afternoon and evening, December 30, SKA’s Production cast and crew channeled all their efforts to make this year’s annual Production one of the most memorable ever! Under the leadership of Mrs. Terri Wagner, SKA’s “First Lady of SKA Theatre,” over 200 students participated in this year’s Production, “Ani Maamin”—I believe! The school auditorium was filled with moms, sisters, aunts, grandmothers, teachers, friends, alumnae, and eighth-grade applicants who watched this amazing display of talent.

As Mrs. Helen Spirn, SKA’s head of school, observes, “Production is an amazing opportunity for our girls and focuses on developing and displaying the talents that Hashem has blessed them with. From choir and dance to drama, comedy, and sign language, each student is able to build her sense of self-esteem while enjoying the experience of working with a group and getting close to girls in all grades.” We look forward to Production 2013! v

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