CM Music & Arts Hall of Fame inducts two
LOCK HAVEN — The first two inductees in the newly created Central Mountain Music & Arts Hall of Fame are Kali Haines, a member of the Central Mountain Class of 2014, and Kim Feerar, a retired and regular substitute teacher at Central Mountain.
While at Central Mountain, Haines participated in Chorus and District Chorus, Art and Musicial Theatre. She won Best Supporting Actress in a Musical and was president of the Theatre Club.
After high school Kali went to Shenandoah Conservatory for musical theatre and performed in roles such as Sally Bowles in Cabaret and Viola in Illyria.
She also performed at Millbrook Playhouse for 11 seasons and some of her credits include: Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, Regina in Rock of Ages and Joan in Fun home. After college, Kali went on to perform on the mainstage on Celebrity Cruise Lines for three years until COVID hit.
Now retired, Feerar has been involved in the CMHS Music Department, Choir and Alumni Band.
Feerar spent a career teaching band, choir and music classes within the Keystone Central Music Department. He began his career at Lock Haven High School and concluded his career at Central Mountain High School.
Along the way he influenced scores of high school students engaged in the musical fine arts. Many people feel that Kim Feerar is synonymous with excellence in Music Education in the Mid-State Area.