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PIRATES INVADE MRES: Huntington man tells students the story of ‘Treasure Island’

February 29, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — It only took 70 minutes for Joel Froomkin to tell the story of Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island.”
The students at Mary Raber Elementary School appeared to be under a spell as they listened to the exciting sound effects, the different characters of the beloved children’s book and the adventures of the various pirates.
All of it came alive with the talents of Huntington’s Joel Froomkin.
Using music, sound effects and nothing but the author’s own words, Froomkin of Page on Stage presented this exciting swashbuckling tale of pirates searching for hidden treasure.

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