Sing-a-long at library features Disney songs

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Neighbors | Abby Slanker.Canfield High School seniors and National Honor Society members Isabella Audia and Mariah Cashbaugh (back right) were joined by fellow CHS students and sing-a-long participants as they showed off the craft they made at the Spring Sing at the Canfield library on April 13.

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Neighbors | Abby Slanker.Canfield High School senior and National Honor Society member Isabella Audia (center) led children in playing the kazoo during the Spring Sing at the Canfield library on April 13.

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Neighbors | Abby Slanker.Canfield High School seniors and National Honor Society members Isabella Audia (left) and Mariah Cashbaugh had a Spring Sing at the Canfield library on April 13, during which they led chidlren in singing Disney songs..

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Neighbors | Abby Slanker.Canfield High School seniors and National Honor Society members Isabella Audia (right) and Mariah Cashbaugh (left) had a Spring Sing at the Canfield library on April 13, as their NHS service project..

By ABBY SLANKER

aslanker@vindy.com

Canfield High School seniors and National Honor Society members Isabella Audia and Mariah Cashbaugh had a Spring Sing at the Canfield library on April 13, as their NHS service project.

The sing-a-long was for children of all ages and included a craft, a snack and a kazoo for every child.

Audia welcomed the children to the Disney-themed event.

“We are really excited to sing and dance with you, and we are excited to have everybody here. We’re going to sing and everyone can get up and dance,” Audia said.

Audia, Cashbaugh and several Canfield High School students led the children in singing and dancing to several Disney songs, including “I’ll Make a Man Out of You,” from “Mulan,” “Under the Sea” from “The Little Mermaid,” “Let it Go” from “Frozen,” “You’re Welcome” from “Moana,” “I Just Can’t Wait to be King” from “The Lion King,” “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana,” “Whistle While You Work” from “Snow White,” “I’ve Got a Dream” from “Tangled” and “Zero to Hero” from “Hercules.”

Amanda Kollar, assistant supervisor, youth librarian, passed out kazoos to the children and Audia and Cashbaugh led them in playing “Be Our Guest” from “Beauty and the Beast.”

To end the sing-a-long, the children were invited to make a Mickey Mouse craft to take home.

Audia said she chose this project to share her love of singing and dancing with other people.

“I wanted combine my love of singing and dancing into one project and I wanted to share that with other people. I wanted to bring what I love to other people, and I wanted to share this with my little brother,” Audia said.

Cashbaugh echoed Audia’s sentiments.

“I do the musicals at the high school and I wanted to bring that type of feel to this project. I love singing and dancing and I think it’s important to share your talents with other people,” Cashbaugh said.

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