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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Local woman to sing at Phillies game

A very proud mom called earlier this week about her daughter singing at the Phillies game this Saturday.
Here's the information she sent, along with a photo of her daughter. Congratulations to Heather and her family.


Heather Stinson, a recent graduate of Methacton High School, has been selected by the Phillies’ baseball organization to perform “Oh Canada,” the Canadian national anthem, at this Saturday’s baseball game against the Toronto Blue Jays. Stinson was selected to sing the song after sending in an audition tape in February 2010.
Stinson is no stranger to singing: she has been singing at various functions for years, including her high school graduation and Pottstown’s “Relay for Life.”
In addition to singing, she has taken dance lessons for 13 years and performed leading roles in several of Methacton High School’s theater productions including The Secret Garden, Sweeney Todd, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Stinson will be attending Moravian College in the fall for vocal performance. She hopes to one day work on Broadway as an actress and singer.
Stinson will be attending the game with her mother, Kathy Urban; her father, David Stinson; and brother, Ryan Stinson in addition to 40 extended family members and friends.

When Heather is not performing, she has been volunteering her time for the past 5 years raising money for childhood cancer research through the organization Alex’s Lemonade Stand.


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