Bedford High senior puts on variety show for senior project
Sam Daly, right, performs with his brother Scott, in the variety show he put on May 4 as his senior project at Bedford High School, which benefitted the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. (COURTESY)
That's what Sam Daly, 18, a senior at Bedford High School, figured out May 4 as he was completing his senior project — producing and performing in a variety show that was a mix of stand-up comedy, live skits and videos.
The variety show took place at the Bedford High School auditorium, and it was a fundraiser for an organization that is close to Daly's heart – the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Each ticket sold went for $5, and the variety show raised $1,200, all of which will go to the Dana Farber Institute.
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