Family helps bring dreams to life with PHMS play


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From left: Joshua, Shellie and Hunter Beeson are helping make wishes come true with drama production. Amanda Matlock / Times-Post


Pendleton - Students from two South Madison Community School Corp. campuses are working together to help bring some happiness to sick children by donating the proceeds of a drama production to the non-profit Make-A-Wish Foundation. As part of his senior project, Pendleton Heights High School student director Joshua Beeson will help bring “Snow White” to the stage with the help of the Pendleton Heights Middle School Drama Club.

“We weren’t going to do a spring show at all this year,” PHMS Drama Director and mother of Joshua, Shellie Beeson, said. “We normally just do a fall show, but when Josh approached me about it, we thought it would be a great way to help raise money.”

Joshua Beeson said that for his senior project, a project all PHHS honors students must complete before graduation, he wanted to help out those less fortunate than himself.

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