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This Year’s Hearts 4 For The Arts For Performing Arts League

Skylan Sapere during her summer intensive in New York City this summer.
Chattanooga Ballet
Skylan Sapere during her summer intensive in New York City this summer.

Here in Chattanooga and Hamilton County, students in dance, music and theater have the chance to learn and grow thanks to scholarships and grants from the Performing Arts League.

On Friday, November 17th, the nonprofit League - or PAL - holds its annual Hearts 4 the Arts, a luncheon and fashion show, at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club starting at 11 AM.

Karen Wilson is president of PAL’s board.

Kim Coulter is co-chair of Hearts 4 the Arts.

Skylan Sapere is a student at the Center for Creative Arts - and an Advanced Level dancer at Chattanooga Ballet.

Thanks to a PAL scholarship, she attended an intensive course this summer with the New York City Dance Alliance.

Banner for 2023 Hearts 4 the Arts for the Performing Arts League.
Performing Arts League

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