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Week away from opening

Limbering up during a Dec. 1 rehearsal are, from left, Victoria Francis, Devon Francis, Maria McFadden and Ryan Sahlstrom. - Jim Sinclair
Limbering up during a Dec. 1 rehearsal are, from left, Victoria Francis, Devon Francis, Maria McFadden and Ryan Sahlstrom.
— image credit: Jim Sinclair

Work has been ongoing since September for the December 8-9 staging of a play called The Christmas Shoe Tree.

The Christmas musical for all ages will start at 6:30 p.m. both evenings at the New Life Assembly – 602 7th Street.

The effort, under the musical direction of Tammy Francis, is being done in conjunction with a project called "Soles for Souls," intended to collect shoes for disadvantaged people abroad.

Donations for gently used footwear (pairs tied together, please) will be gratefully accepted.

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