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Program to showcase talent

September 13, 2013
The Inter-Mountain

On Thursday, Sept. 19, from 7-8 p.m., two well-known Elkins artists, dancer Laurie Goux and musician Michael Kline, will join a cast of historical re-enactors in a free, family-friendly West Virginia 150th Birthday program at the Randolph County Courthouse in Elkins. The program, titled "A New Home for Liberty - Human Rights, Slavery and the Creation of West Virginia," is sponsored by the J.R. Clifford Project, with support from the West Virginia Humanities Council.

 
 

 

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