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February 19. 2013 1:28PM

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Residents at Linden Crest Apartments in Clarks Summit were treated to piano, juggling and comedy acts, followed by dessert, Oct. 10 as a part of the ‚??Random Acts of Kindness‚?Ě program at Abington Heights Middle School.

Eighth grade student John Paul Habeeb, 14, of Clarks Summit performed and organized the event, with the help of his mother, Jenifer, father, John and sister, Katie, 12. He said the main reason he chose the location was his Great Uncle Fred Habeeb and family friend Esther Vitale both reside there.

John Paul performed a repertoire of pieces on the piano, followed by a juggling and comedy act. Katie accompanied him for a piano duet, and he even convinced Uncle Fred to try playing a song on the piano‚??the only song he ever learned to play‚??which he sang instead, to the joyful amusement of his family and the crowd.


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