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Pamela Martin as Tina Turner singing “What’s Love Got To Do With It?”

Puttin’ on the Hits 2003
By Angela Harkless

South Central Community Services’ 18th Annual “Puttin’on the Hits’ fundraiser is always loads of fun. And this year’s event was no exception.

On March 14, 2003, SCCS presented a merriment night of tasty food, lively music and good times shared for more than 700 guests at the Sabre Room in south suburban Hickory Hills.
Staff members, board of directors, volunteers and friends of SCCS gave stellar pantomime performances to the popular music of such artists as Keith Sweat, Phyllis Hyman, Whitney Houston, Deborah Cox, Tina Turner and Teddy Pendergrass.
South Central Community Services board members Angela Harkless, Publisher, Cachet Magazine; Earl Moore, Chairman, Board of Directors and Felicia Y. Blassingame, Ed.D., President/CEO.
Comedic emcee, Tony Sculfield of WGCI-FM served as Masters of Ceremonies and kept the audience in stitches with hilarious jokes and anecdotes.

Master of Ceremonies, comedian Tony Sculfield
A very talented group of high school students, the Northwest Indiana Dance Ensemble opened the show with a modern dance number to the “Puttin’ on the Ritz” song.
Members of the audience showed their approval and enthusiasm for the performers by giving them dollars bills during their performances. The money collected on stage are donations to SCCS.
Another highlight of the evening was the raffling of two round-trip tickets on Air Jamaica. Many guests remarked that this year’s POTH was the best ever.
Leandrews Miller as Joe performs “All The Things Your Man Won’t Do”
 

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