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Performing Arts League Lifts Chattanooga's Youth

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Around for nearly a decade, The Performing Arts League here in Chattanooga promotes youth involvement in theater, dance and music - both instrumental and vocal.

 

The League - which includes active professionals and retirees - offers scholarships, grants, dance camps and instrument lessons to youths who might not have the funds otherwise.

Margaret Green is a past president of PAL.

Sasha Hitachi is a local musician and a PAL scholarship recipient - she is now in her junior year at Hamilton County Collegiate High at Chattanooga State...

 

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