Students showcased in first-ever fine arts assembly

Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Cassville High School art students put their artistic talents to work to collectively paint a mural of their school's Wildcat mascot. The live painting was just one of the activities featured during a new fine arts assembly Tuesday morning, which featured the art students, the Girls' Choir, Center Stage, the Speech and Debate Team and the Jazz Band. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Cassville High School art students put their artistic talents to work to collectively paint a mural of their school's Wildcat mascot.

Members of the Cassville High School Girls' Choir perform "Heartbreak" during the school's first fine arts assembly Tuesday morning. The special event, which focused on the performing arts and showcased talents of the student body, also included performances by the Jazz Band, the Speech and Debate team, Center Stage and a live painting by art students in the background. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Ed Lammers, Cassville High School band director, directs students during a smooth-as-silk performance of catchy jazz tunes during the school's first-ever fine arts assembly Tuesday morning. The unique event spotlighted the talents of multiple performing arts groups at the school, including the band, speech and debate, the Girls' Choir and Center Stage. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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