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A Holiday Classic…

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MCC is having a production of the cherished holiday opera, “Amahl and the Night Visitors”. Gian Carlo Menotti’s American opera classic will bring a family holiday tradition to the Neel Performing Arts Center stage in evening and matinee performances Nov. 20th-22nd. The great MCC students that are performing in this opera have worked very hard to ensure this performance will be a success. For many this has been a nice introduction to opera and it’s also great family entertainment.

Performance times for “Amahl and the

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Night Visitors” at Neel Performing Arts Center are 8 p.m. Nov. 20th – 22nd, 10 a.m. Nov. 21st and 2 p.m. Nov. 22nd and 23rd. Neel Performing Arts Center is located off 26th Street at 60th Ave. W. at MCC in Bradenton. General admission is $10. Tickets are $5 for Florida students and MCC staff. Group rates are available. For more information, call (941) 752-5252.

The performances I have been to at MCC provided a nice experience and a great atmosphere. Let’s support our fellow students and make plans to attend. Also remember plays/performances can also help with completing assignments in classes such as speech and sociology…so it’s a great opportunity to support MCC, have fun and fulfill assignment requirements.

Seize the day!

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The other night I had the opportunity to chat with two old friends. One of the friends I talk to every few months but the other one I haven’t talked to in about two years…as I was catching up with them and sharing old memories, I realized that we could never relive those memories. As much as we would love to you can never make the same event happen again just as it had before. As I continued to think about this I was once again reminded how truly important it is to seize every moment in every aspect of our lives because you never know when you or someone else’s life is going to change.

These next 10 years or so are going to be so exciting and busy for us as we continue to go through school, establish our careers and meet different people. I also realized as friends and acquaintances come and go in our lives it is so important to keep in touch with them as your lives take different paths. So let’s just remember everyone is put in our life for a reason and everything happens for a reason…so let’s make the most of it!