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By John Verser
Western Nebraska Observer 

The Gold Miner's Daughter


John Verser / Western Nebraska Observer

Bigglebottom, left, the villain portrayed by Gunnar Oleson, shows his evilness by tying the three little pigs (laying down) onto the railroad tracks as Gracie Pearl, portrayed by Emilee McCarron, watches in stunned disbelief during Friday's performance of "The Gold Miner's Daughter" at the historic American Legion Hall in Potter. The eighth annual Potter-Dix Children's Theater performance is a fundraiser for the Potter-Dix Early Learning Facility. There were 24 children in this year's production, which also included a silent auction and barbecue.

John Verser / Western Nebraska Observer

The three little pigs, freed from being tied to the railroad, tell their tale during Friday's performance of "The Gold Miner's Daughter. Pictured, from left, are: Naomi Hutchinson, Jaxon Biesecker and Kyle Lenstrom.


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