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Jennifer Maloney to perform at First Congregational United Church of Christ Friday, Aug. 12

The show will feature songs from Broadway and Hollywood.

Jennifer Maloney
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ALEXANDRIA – Alexandria's Jennifer Maloney is set to perform at the First Congregational United Church of Christ Friday, Aug. 12. The show is set to start at 7 p.m.

The "Broadway and Hollywood" show will feature many memorable songs and videos from stage and film. In addition, Maloney will be presenting show highlights from the local productions she was in, inlcuding "Oklahoma" from 1994 and "Annie Get Your Gun" from 2001. She had the leading roles in both productions.

Maloney is a pianist and singer and has performed in many prestigious lounges and hotels in many different metropolitan areas in Canada, Arizona and of course, Minnesota.

She has even performed the National Anthem at Minnesota Twins games, as well as at Chicago Cubs baseball games.

Tickets for the "Broadway and Hollywood" show can be purchased at Elden's Fresh Foods and at the church. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the church.

Celeste Edenloff is the special projects lead and a reporter for the Alexandria Echo Press. She has lived in the Alexandria Lakes Area since 1997. She first worked for the Echo Press as a reporter from 1999 to 2011, and returned in 2016 to once again report on the community she calls home.
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