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‘High School Musical’ performs to enthusiastic sold-out crowds

 

The Roxy Regional Theatre production of High School Musical continues it run before sell-out crowds. The show runs through this weekend and features 27 local artists and 8 professionals.

Three Cheers for ‘ High School Musical’!

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City seeks Youth Council applications

 

The City of Clarksville is accepting applications for the Mayor’s Youth Council for the 2008-2009 school year. The Mayor’s Youth Council is a group of young people working toward the common purpose of developing their individual leadership skills to strengthen their community through volunteer service and increased communication with elected officials.

Youth develop and lead initiatives with the support of adult mentors. The Mayor’s Youth Council is more than just a service club because members also train and involve their peers in service leadership. They also provide valuable insight on issues affecting youth and the community. The Council is design to raise youth related issues with elected officials, meet with city officials and learn what they do, provide training for peers, practice public speaking and problem solving, recruit volunteers for service projects and participate in youth forums. «Read the rest of this article»

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Author Joanne Greenberg reads to a captivated audience

 

APSU and the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts’ Visiting Writers Series hosted a reading and lecture, Great Efforts,  by award-winning author Joanne Greenberg at the Morgan University Center Wednesday. The reading was followed up by a book signing and reception.

The reading focused on a book character castigating its own author after it was removed from one of her manuscripts. The reading was poignant and often very funny. Greenberg kept the audience interested and engaged, and answered questions on a variety of topics.

Notables in attendance included APSU president Tim Hall, Professor Barry Kitterman, Professor Jill Eichhorn, and Susan Wallace.

University President Tim Hall with Author Joanne Greenberg.
University president Tim Hall with Author Joanne Greenberg.

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