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Summer’s here, and I’ve got a lot of awesome stuff going on!

Hi everyone, it’s been a crazy exciting few weeks. I GRADUATED high school! It was bittersweet, as I will miss the safe cocoon that high school gives to us, but I am ready to get out there and experience new things in life.

I was asked to perform my song ‘I Can Do Anything” at graduation, and it was a great experience. We had about 4,000 people in attendance, and the crowd had a good time. Check out the video here.

I am all set for fall college, and I’ll be majoring in Theater Arts. I am also officially in the studio recording my new single, and I’m in a show called “Guys and Dolls” this summer — all while enjoying time with my friends.

Then, on July 20, I’ll be singing the National Anthem at the Somerset Patriots game! I’ll be doing the same thing on August 16 at a Camden Riversharks game. Come on out and hang out with me at both events!

I also want to thank Josh Klapper and his mom Susan for having me out at the Terrill Middle School for the walk they put together to raise money for the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome. It was a great time. I’m sorry I missed the NJCTS Family Retreat Weekend at Camp Bernie, too, but sometimes my super human powers fail me and I get sick.

Have a great summer, and I’ll be back soon!

CoryS

3 Comments

  1. Hey Sabrina, It was awesome! The game was rained out but not before I got a chance to sing my heart out. Here is a link to my performance http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrJioipz8h4 I’ll be singing the N. Anthem again on August 18th at The Somerset Patriots. Let me know if you want to come, I will leave tickets for you at the Box Office and you can be my guest on the field! Write me at Corysings@gmail.com

    Bobby,

    That’s a great question. Change, new people, new reactions. It always stirs up a bit of anxiety but that is when I lean on my friends like you and of course all of my friends at NJCTS. I have a tell all policy, I tell everyone that I have Tourette Syndrome which has been a great confidence booster for me. Anytime you want to speak directly with me feel free to email me at corysings@gmail.com

    Peace out friends!

  2. What are you most worried about when it comes to adjusting to college? That’s really on my mind right now.

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