Sembach students enjoy puppet show

Jamie Huey
Contributing writer

***image1***Students at Sembach Eleme-ntary school were treated to the puppetry of Markie Scholz on March 3.
Founder of “Dragons Are Too Seldom Puppet Company,” Ms. Scholz and her puppets travel more than 65,000 miles every year to perform for students across the world.
Ms. Scholz said not only does she create the puppets, but she writes the stories and does all of the acting and voices for each character as well.
After the interactive performance, several students were treated to a special workshop, in which Ms. Scholz helped them create their own puppets. The students proudly showed off their creations for their classmates.