“Sister Act” raises money for kids in need

High schoolers in Yonkers have taken to the stage to raise money for kids in need.



Students at Sacred Heart High School showed off their talents during a spring performance of "Sister Act."



About 100 seventh- and eighth-grade students from across Westchester came out to watch the performance.



All the proceeds benefit the Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center. "It's a performance for the kids, but it also helps raise money for mentally disabled kids. We do this every year and it really helps them a lot," says senior Jada Turner.


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