The Plant City Arts Council members treated themselves to a fun evening at the Plant City Photo Archives and History Center on March 31.
The group hosted a soiree that evening with dinner and drinks for everyone and a pair of musical performances to delight the audience.
Dr. Teo Kulyk, who recently won the Unity in the Community and Stingray Chevrolet Corvette raffle (and parked his new ride right outside), got to show off his piano skills with a musical medley of classical pieces, popular songs and movie themes. Between some songs, Kulyk quizzed the audience members about the pieces and also told stories and shared musical fun facts. Mollie Anderson, a veteran of Plant City Entertainment’s productions and past member of USO tours, sang a series of oldies and also provided lead vocals on a Kulyk-backed performance of “America the Beautiful” that the entire audience sang along to. Dodie White also took part in the performances with a reading of Bette Midler’s “The Rose” as Kulyk backed her on the keys.