Picture this: Karaoke & Katrina

Time to celebrate

Ten employees of Project Performance Corp., which has been providing relief to Hancock, Miss., a community affected by Hurricane Katrina, returned at the end of August for a weeklong one-year anniversary celebration, which mixed constructing a new park and pavilion with a host of fun activities.

Project Performance employees sing along during a karaoke contest.

People gather for the pie-eating contest at the park.

Photos courtesy Project Performance Corp.

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