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20th anniversary celebrated

by Sabine’s “A Christmas Carol”

The Sabine Parish Players, along with the talented Mary Bozeman, director and her husband, Bill Osborn, producer, presented Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” at the Many Community Center again this holiday season. It was their 20th year.

The story of Ebeneezer Scrooge came to life once again and the audience went through his transformation from a lonely old man into a gracious and giving man, following visits from three ghosts. It’s the age-old story of redemption.

Through the years, many talented local thespians have appeared in the production. Who can forget Jim Quayhagen as Scrooge? Or what about Dean Crittenden as Scrooge’s old friend, long deceased, Marley. And remember the tears that were shed when little Denver McLendon limped onstage as Tiny Tim?

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