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October 17, 2013

SCC Festival celebrating world’s cultural diversity


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The art of Japanese anime will be presented by Bill Phelps in the Learning Commons at 11 a.m., as well as the all-day video presentation “Beauty in the World” by Carla Moore.
That’s just a taste of all the activities that will be available to the public and students alike. Wilson noted that students from Somerset Christian School have been invited to come from class this year, joining those from the three local public school districts, as well as Wayne and McCreary County Students.
However, Wilson would also like to see a wide sample of Pulaski Countians show up — whether they’ve been a student any time in the recent past or not. The event is free and open to the public, and a truly educational — and fun — experience.
“(The festival) has grown every year,” said Wilson. “When I started working on this several months ago, it didn’t look like we would have as many countries to represent, but I have been pleasantly surprised by all the people coming forward want to be a part of it.”

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