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The Riverhead Central Faculty Association Variety Show drew hundreds to Riverhead High School last night for an evening of music, dancing and Hollywood.

Proceeds from the show, which benefit the RCFA Scholarship Fund, also went to Riverhead students Christopher Timpone and Michael Hubbard. Christopher is battling a rare form of bone cancer, and Michael is currently recovering from traumatic brain injury after a gel candle explosion last May.

The show featured community and faculty talent across 16 different acts. Performances included Broadway hits, big band numbers and contemporary pop and hip-hop dances. 

RiverheadLOCAL photos by Emil Breitenbach Jr.

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