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Published: August 16, 2013
Old Schoolhouse Players scholarship
During intermission of a recent performance of “Annie,” the Old Schoolhouse Players presented Tiffany Howard with a $500 scholarship. Scholarships from the Old Schoolhouse Players are available for students who meet certain qualifications and plan to study theater arts in college. Howard, daughter of Drema and Jack Rhoades of Washington and the late Michael Howard, plans to study vocal performance at Lee University.
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