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Sims accepted into scholars program

Meghan Sims of Knoxville was recently accepted into the Presidential Scholars program at Millikin University and will receive a four-year full-tuition scholarship.

Bearden High spring concert May 6

Bearden High School Choral Department’s spring concert, featuring the male chorus, Bearden singers and show choir, will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 6, at the BHS Theater. Admission is $3 for adults and $2 for students.

CAK presenting “Annie Get Your Gun”

Christian Academy of Knoxville’s high school Musical Theater Department will be presenting “Annie Get Your Gun” on April 29, 30 and May 1. The musical will feature more than 50 high school students on stage during the CAK Week of the Arts which begins April 23 with the CAK band concert and culminates on May 1 with the final presentation of “Annie Get Your Gun.”

Showtime is 7 p.m. for all three performances at the CAK Campus Center, 529 Academy Way. For more information call Lisa Kolinsky at 865-556-6640.

RSCC honors students at Awards Night

Roane State Community College honored students at its annual Awards Night recently. The ceremony celebrated students who excelled academically during the 2003-04 school year.

Local winners included Penny Bailey, outstanding health information technology student, Nathan Fusman, outstanding history student and Emma Zhao, nursing merit award.

FHS presenting works of Shakespeare

Farragut High School will be featuring “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare” (abridged) in the Ferguson Theatre at 8 p.m. on May 6-8. The play is presented by three characters portrayed by Rachel Milford, Josh Kennedy and Sam Stratton.

The abridged performance will include all of Shakespeare’s 37 plays in 97 minutes. Tickets for the show are $8 for adults and $5 for students. For more information call Michael Case at 599-1584.

FHS senior named scholars semifinalist

Atur T. Sheth of Farragut High School was one of 12 Tennessee students chosen as a semifinalist for the 2004 Presidential Scholars Program.

The program, established in 1964, recognizes graduating seniors who excel in academics and visual, creative and performing arts.

Scholars are chosen on the basis of their accomplishments in academic or artistic success, leadership and involvement in school and the community.

The White House Commission on Presidential Scholars will review the applications this month and name up to 121 academic scholars and 20 arts scholars.


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