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Center Stage: Purduettes October Break Performance Tour Day 2

Monday, October 11, 2010

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Though space was small, the ladies made the best of their surroundings at the nursing home.


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Not only did the ladies sing a run out to their audience, but some of the Purduette's, including Raylene Schramer and Caroline LaDue got sung back to as well.


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After the ladies sang their run out, The Purduette Trio, Hannah Burris, Abby Green and Rachel Lane, sang some of their songs.


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The ladies watch Jeff for instruction after signing.


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Senior, Sarah Kretzmann and Tina Tzinares mingle after our show and before leaving for McDonalds.


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Sophomores Laanne Schideler, Chrissy Kvachkoff and Collette Pfeiffer find the kid inside while at McDonalds children's place.


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The Purduette's sang "We Love You" to McDonalds Staff member who helped our visit be successful.


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While during lunch break the ladies were divided into groups to eat or go shopping. Junior Sara McNally and Sophomore Amanda Smith have fun looking for Halloween decorations.


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Senior Amanda Haney collected the McDonald Monopoly pieces to see if The Purduette's won anything. Unfortunately no such luck.


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While on the way to the Peter Loon Estate the back of the bus begun to leak! Luckily there were towels and empty cups for freshman Ally Lawrence, Kathryn Johnson, and seniors Tina Tzinares, and Tara Knoop to catch the water.


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While in Cincinnati, many of the Purduette's stayed at home with members of Bob and Marcy Ziecks Temple. Since many of the ladies had questions about Jewish traditions, Sophomore Amanda Berggren answered any questions ladies had.


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Once at the Peter Loon Estate, the show was started with The Flappers including, Raylene Schramer, Lyndsey Hernandez, Chrissy Kvachkoff, and Rachelle Buuck.


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After President France Còrdova welcomed everyone and Purdue Faculty talked about their advancements in Cancer Research, the Purduette's took the stage.


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Sophomore Alyssa Prast sang "This Can't be Love" to Purdue's First Gentleman Chris Foster.


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Sophomore Caroline LaDue ended "I've got the Music in me."


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After the show, the ladies had the chance to mingle with the audience. Members of Kappa Alpha Theta, including Seniors Katie Watson, Emily Grimm, Junior Allie Norman, and Freshmen Diana Poulin and Alyssa Wick got the chance to meet a Theta Alumni.

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