Puppet show teaches kindness students
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Austintown Elementary principal Thomas Lenton has brought Sadecky's Puppets to the school annually for the last 16 years. He likes to show the children the artistry of puppetry. Also, the company has character driven shows with good messages behind them.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Austintown Elementary School invited Sadecky's Puppets to the school on April 18 for three performances for all grades at the school. Pictured are puppeteers Kevin Stimeling and Will Foster with Carli Cramer's first-grade class.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The Sadecky's Puppets show, "Good Fortune," told the story of Benny, a child who, at the beggining, dis not think much of his interactions with others and often came off as rude and mean. He chenged his actions after reading a fortune cookie, becoming a kind person who helps the others in the show. Pictured, a barber cut Benny's hair, which prompted Benny to tell him how poor of a job he did.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Pictured, Will Foster introduced himself and Sadecky's Puppets to the Austintown Elementary students. Foster said the job has given him a purpose and something to look forward to every day.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The Sadecky's Puppets show had different scenes with various characters and three songs, including a closing song that encapsulated the message of the song and included all the characters from the story.
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