Oak Glen holds ‘Roaring ‘20s’ dinner theater

NEW MANCHESTER — Oak Glen Middle School sixth-graders dressed up as Amelia Earhart, Albert Einstein, Charlie Chaplin and other 1920s luminaries for their second annual Roaring ’20s program.

The students took their families back in time to the Roaring ’20s with a dinner theater program complete with flapper dresses, mobsters and some of the great minds of the decade, language arts teacher Amanda Fisher said.

“Our families made this one incredible night that our students will remember forever,” she said.

Rick Smith filled the paparazzi role, and Michael Moran was the emcee for the evening.

Sponsors were: Arner Funeral Chapel, Davis Brothers Pharmacy, First United Methodist Church, Newell United Methodist Church, Hancock County Savings Bank, First Choice America Community Federal Credit Union and Texas Roadhouse (Monaca, Pa.).