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Community Music Challenge at CGTC a Success

Over 100 people attended Central Georgia Technical College’s first Community Music Challenge. The event, which was held February 15 on the Macon Campus, was deemed a great success.

Attendees were treated to a special fine arts program featuring local artist Susan McDuffie, and special guest performers Francesco Attesti and Annika Kaschenz in a program of classical and contemporary music.

The event served as a Rotary Vocational Project for the three Rotary Clubs in Macon. The proceeds from the event will develop an endowment for student scholarships at CGTC.

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Submitted by James M. Harvey, Jr.
February 18, 2008

 

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