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Rabbi Wraps Up Tonight At G. Ray Bodley

FULTON – At this week’s fall production, Quirk’s Players will take time to honor its senior members.

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Seniors Cited

Following the final performance of the fall play, What The Rabbi Saw, the
theatre troupe will recognize those members of the G. Ray Bodley High School Class of 2016 who have made this year’s production possible.

Pictured here are members of the senior class and Quirk’s Players (seated from left):  Erica Perwitz, Victoria Eckhard and Gina Babcock.

Standing (from left):  Brandon Webb, Tim McAfee, Zach Almeter and Bayley
Raponi.

The final performance of What The Rabbi Saw will be this evening (Oct. 24) in the Bodley High School auditorium.

Curtain time is set for 7:30 p.m.

Photo by Thomas Nami