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Reader Opinion: The arts are alive

We are truly blessed in the Brainerd lakes area with so much talent and creative minds/folks in the arts.

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The arts are alive and well in our Brainerd lakes area once again. Our family really enjoyed attending “Sister Act” at Central Lakes College recently. It was absolutely fabulous! We also were blown away by the spring high school musical/play “Wizard of Oz.” The talent from our Brainerd High School students was unbelievable. Add to that our current Lakes Area Music Festival, Arts in the Park, lots of summer music entertainment, Legacy Chorale, all that the Crossing Arts Alliance is doing for our children and community and all other art related activities and we are truly blessed with so much talent and creative minds/folks. Congratulations to all involved and thank you.

John Ward

Baxter

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