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Ringin’ in 2020

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Roughly 100 people gathered in the Benham School House Inn on New Year’s Eve night to ring in 2020. Those in attendance were entertained with a talented piano performance by Andrew “DrewsKeys” Moore, a pianist from London who often plays at events and shows around region — bringing life to the party with his ability to take song requests. Local Austin Adams was also able to win the crowd’s attention and hearts with his rendition of the famous song “Hallelujah” before disc jockey Mark Lawson started up fog machine and a light display with popular dancing music, such as the “Electric Slide,” while partygoers watched the countdown to New Year’s on a screen above the stage.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Roughly 100 people gathered in the Benham School House Inn on New Year’s Eve night to ring in 2020. Those in attendance were entertained with a talented piano performance by Andrew “DrewsKeys” Moore, a pianist from London who often plays at events and shows around region — bringing life to the party with his ability to take song requests. Local Austin Adams was also able to win the crowd’s attention and hearts with his rendition of the famous song “Hallelujah” before disc jockey Mark Lawson started up fog machine and a light display with popular dancing music, such as the “Electric Slide,” while partygoers watched the countdown to New Year’s on a screen above the stage.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Roughly 100 people gathered in the Benham School House Inn on New Year’s Eve night to ring in 2020. Those in attendance were entertained with a talented piano performance by Andrew “DrewsKeys” Moore, a pianist from London who often plays at events and shows around region — bringing life to the party with his ability to take song requests. Local Austin Adams was also able to win the crowd’s attention and hearts with his rendition of the famous song “Hallelujah” before disc jockey Mark Lawson started up fog machine and a light display with popular dancing music, such as the “Electric Slide,” while partygoers watched the countdown to New Year’s on a screen above the stage.

Emily Perkins | Harlan Enterprise

Roughly 100 people gathered in the Benham School House Inn on New Year’s Eve night to ring in 2020. Those in attendance were entertained with a talented piano performance by Andrew “DrewsKeys” Moore, a pianist from London who often plays at events and shows around region — bringing life to the party with his ability to take song requests. Local Austin Adams was also able to win the crowd’s attention and hearts with his rendition of the famous song “Hallelujah” before disc jockey Mark Lawson started up fog machine and a light display with popular dancing music, such as the “Electric Slide,” while partygoers watched the countdown to New Year’s on a screen above the stage.

By Emily Perkins

emily.perkins@harlandaily.com