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Curtains Up

Story and photography by Jimbob Baird

Family members, friends, and other supporters flocked by the hundreds to the highly anticipated December edition of the Curtains Up musical performance held at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center. Sponsored by Crocker Law Firm, the event honored young and upcoming musicians from Warren East Middle School and Logan County High School performing on the main stage at SKyPAC.

Also chosen to perform this season were Bowling Green High School and Bristow Elementary School. Crocker Law also provided the children with snacks, refreshments, and free t-shirts, while SKyPAC donated stage time. SKyPAC’s outreach programs for school development include the ten-county area in the Barren River Area Development District.

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