Spring Music and Art Show


Samantha Clayton, left, 13, daughter of Matt and Yolanda Clayton, and Jenna Allen, 14, both of Sidney, daughter of Robert and Tina Allen, sing during the Spring Music and Art Show which included the program Cancer: Cares and Prayers at Holy Angels School Thursday, May 19. The program celebrated the lives of people affected by cancer. Art projects were also on display at the event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Samantha Clayton, left, 13, daughter of Matt and Yolanda Clayton, and Jenna Allen, 14, both of Sidney, daughter of Robert and Tina Allen, sing during the Spring Music and Art Show which included the program Cancer: Cares and Prayers at Holy Angels School Thursday, May 19. The program celebrated the lives of people affected by cancer. Art projects were also on display at the event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Samantha Clayton, left, 13, daughter of Matt and Yolanda Clayton, and Jenna Allen, 14, both of Sidney, daughter of Robert and Tina Allen, sing during the Spring Music and Art Show which included the program Cancer: Cares and Prayers at Holy Angels School Thursday, May 19. The program celebrated the lives of people affected by cancer. Art projects were also on display at the event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Samantha Clayton, left, 13, daughter of Matt and Yolanda Clayton, and Jenna Allen, 14, both of Sidney, daughter of Robert and Tina Allen, sing during the Spring Music and Art Show which included the program Cancer: Cares and Prayers at Holy Angels School Thursday, May 19. The program celebrated the lives of people affected by cancer. Art projects were also on display at the event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/05/web1_SDN052016CancerProg.jpgSamantha Clayton, left, 13, daughter of Matt and Yolanda Clayton, and Jenna Allen, 14, both of Sidney, daughter of Robert and Tina Allen, sing during the Spring Music and Art Show which included the program Cancer: Cares and Prayers at Holy Angels School Thursday, May 19. The program celebrated the lives of people affected by cancer. Art projects were also on display at the event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News