Talent show puts CDC children in spotlight

By Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)May 15, 2009

Children from the Toddler I class show the audience that they know their ABCs by singing the alphabet.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Children from the Toddler I class show the audience that they know their ABCs by singing the alphabet. (Photo Credit: Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Alexis Williams, 3, in pink and white top, had no problem being the center of attention during the Preschool I's dance routine. Alexis, the daughter of Capt. Elaine Williams, a logistics management officer for G4, U.S. Army Forces Command, had no stage fright during the talent show, often venturing off the stage to add her own touch.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Alexis Williams, 3, in pink and white top, had no problem being the center of attention during the Preschool I's dance routine. Alexis, the daughter of Capt. Elaine Williams, a logistics management officer for G4, U.S. Army Forces Command, had no stage fright during the talent show, often venturing off the stage to add her own touch. (Photo Credit: Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Preschool students Raymone Turner (left), and Christian Cowins, both 4, rock out to "Rock Around the Clock."  Turner's grandmother, Haroldine Benford, is the cook at the CDC.  Cowins' parents are Janviere Cowins, an accountant assistant with the Fulton County Board of Education, and Staff Sgt. Lacie Cowins, a weapons instructor with the Fort Gillem Small Arms Readiness Group.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Preschool students Raymone Turner (left), and Christian Cowins, both 4, rock out to "Rock Around the Clock." Turner's grandmother, Haroldine Benford, is the cook at the CDC. Cowins' parents are Janviere Cowins, an accountant assistant with the Fulton County Board of Education, and Staff Sgt. Lacie Cowins, a weapons instructor with the Fort Gillem Small Arms Readiness Group. (Photo Credit: Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
J'nya Blevins, 5, does some break dancing while surrounded by her fellow Pre-K classmates at the Child Development Center on Fort McPherson during an April 30 talent show featuring children of all ages.  J'nya's mother, Erika Blevins, is a management services specialist with the U.S. Army Garrison Administration Office.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – J'nya Blevins, 5, does some break dancing while surrounded by her fellow Pre-K classmates at the Child Development Center on Fort McPherson during an April 30 talent show featuring children of all ages. J'nya's mother, Erika Blevins, is a management services specialist with the U.S. Army Garrison Administration Office. (Photo Credit: Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL