Thursday, May 31, 2007

Pat on the Back for Phil Stacey, Alison Bartlett, and Kevin Clash

I am never going to be able to let you know all the ways people are helping Greensburg. I will post what I can.

The following items came from the Wichita Eagle. I have provided links to the full articles at the end of each blurb. I have also provided a link that gives a map for the location of Haviland High School. (Click on "Haviland High School" in the article.)
'Idol' star sings for Greensburg's benefit

Those who saw former Wichitan Phil Stacey on "American Idol" know he can sing.

But the 2,900 people who attended Stacey's sold-out benefit concert at Central Christian Church on Tuesday learned that singing is just one of Stacey's talents.

He also can play guitar and piano -- well. He can write music, as he proved by performing an original tribute to the American flag. And he's really pretty funny.

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Voice of Elmo to visit Greensburg children

In an effort to bring fun to Greensburg kids, Kevin Clash, the man who for years has been the voice of Elmo on "Sesame Street," will visit Kiowa County on Saturday.

He will put on two 30-minute shows at 1:30 and 3 p.m. at Haviland High School's gymnasium as part of the KPTS Kiowa County Kids Carnival, an event for the children affected by the Greensburg tornado.

Alison Bartlett, the woman who plays Gina the Veterinarian on "Sesame Street," will also be at the carnival.

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