Two retiring staff members at a Lehigh County high school got a surprise tribute on their last day at work.
The Catasauqua High School Drama Club performed the musical "Big River" last weekend. The story follows the adventures of Huckleberry Finn and runaway slave Jim as they set out to find freedom on the Mississippi River.
After the final show, the producers Robert Fahringer and Richard Milne came on stage for what they thought was going to be their last curtain call. What they didn't know was their former students were in attendance and surprised them with a flash mob tribute.
The students called the men a "dynamic duo". Fahringer and Milne have produced 38 musicals together for the high school over the years.