Hollow Hills Variety Show

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers LITTLE SHOWSTOPPER - Hollow Hills Fundamental School first grader Emily Maher performs a tap dance to the 1950s song “Little Bitty Pretty One” in the school variety show, “Through the Decades,” on Friday, May 3.

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LITTLE SHOWSTOPPER – Hollow Hills Fundamental School first grader Emily Maher performs a tap dance to the 1950s song “Little Bitty Pretty One” in the school variety show, “Through the Decades,” on Friday, May 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers OLD-TIME TUNES - From left, Hollow Hills Fundamental School fifth grader Marisa Brees beats out a rhythm on overturned cups as her classmates Rachel Braswell and Hailey Bañaga sing the 1930s tune “Miss Me When I’m Gone” a capella in the school variety show, “Through the Decades,” on Friday, May 3.

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OLD-TIME TUNES – From left, Hollow Hills Fundamental School fifth grader Marisa Brees beats out a rhythm on overturned cups as her classmates Rachel Braswell and Hailey Bañaga sing the 1930s tune “Miss Me When I’m Gone” a capella in the school variety show, “Through the Decades,” on Friday, May 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers THE STRONG MAN - First grader Ty Jordan shows off his gymnastics handbalancing skills in the Hollow Hills Fundamental School variety show, “Through the Decades,” on Friday, May 3.

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THE STRONG MAN – First grader Ty Jordan shows off his gymnastics handbalancing skills in the Hollow Hills Fundamental School variety show, “Through the Decades,” on Friday, May 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers YOUNG JOKESTER - Stand-up comedian Jimmy Rafner, a sixth grader, makes the crowd burst into laughter with his jokes during the Hollow Hills Fundamental School variety show, “Through the Decades,” on Friday, May 3.

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YOUNG JOKESTER – Stand-up comedian Jimmy Rafner, a sixth grader, makes the crowd burst into laughter with his jokes during the Hollow Hills Fundamental School variety show, “Through the Decades,” on Friday, May 3.

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