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Free concert at Marion's Lincoln Theatre features CCA KIDZ Team showcasing Korean culture

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Posted: Thursday, January 16, 2014 11:00 am

For the past 17 years the CCA KIDZ Team has traveled the world captivating the hearts of their audiences. As young ambassadors, these students of Central Christian Academy cross cultural barriers and language differences to share the beauty of Korean culture. They have performed before a wide range of audiences from national leaders and dignitaries to the poorest living on the streets, from young toddlers and school children to the elderly living in senior citizen communities. This year, the 18th CCA KIDZ Team once again reaches out with the unchanging love and Korea's culture to the people of the world. Their performances include singing and dancing, traditional drums, tae kwon do, pantomime and hip hop, cultural fan dance, and their multimedia student technician team.

The CCA KIDZ Team will perform at The Lincoln Theatre on Saturday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m. This performance is presented with free admission courtesy of sponsor Marion Automotive Group with special appreciation to Dr. Bobby Griffin of BFG Mats. An offering will be collected at the end of the performance to support the CCA KIDZ Team.

Tickets may be reserved in advance by contacting The Lincoln Theatre Box Office at 276-783-6092 or online at

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