Sycamore Youth Center to host ‘Old-Fashioned Country Christmas’

FEATURED PERFORMERS — The Wheeling-based group Faire May was the overall winner in the recent Valley’s Got Talent competition and will be the featured performer in the Sycamore Youth and Community Center’s third-annual virtual “Old-Fashioned Country Christmas,” set for Dec. 10 beginning at 7 p.m. -- Contributed

STEUBENVILLE — The Sycamore Youth and Community Center will be hosting its third-annual “Old-Fashioned Country Christmas” concert on Dec. 10, beginning at 7 p.m.

“This year the concert will take place virtually and will not be open to the general public but only to family members of the artists who will be performing that evening,” explained Bobbyjon Bauman, center director.

It will be shown live on the Sycamore Youth Center Facebook Page and YouTube Channel.

The concert will feature Faire May from Wheeling, the overall winner in the Valley’s Got Talent recent competition.

The lineup of concert performers are: Emiliana McCalister, Emily Roberts, Faire May, Kaly Shafer, Pamela Bauman, Bella Thompson, commUNITY Youth Choir, the Ambassadors Mime Team, Molly Baker, Ben Acors, Gene Shelby “Minister of Truth,” Nathan Bauman, Jennifer Harris, Gemma Nelson, Michael Manocchia, David Gray, Blest, Teresa Kropka, Ryan Bradley, Hannah Mergen and Anthony Pearce.


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