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Our Cello class and our Strings students will also showcase what they have learned throughout the year.
We will have one piece all the students will perform together.
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During the month of May, Auxiliary members of American Legion Unit 6 will wear red memorial poppies as a sign of their appreciation to honor past and current military personnel.