EVENT: Teens deserve kudos

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Last night my husband and I had the privilege to attend the Lake City High School Arts for Humanity fundraiser for the victims of the hurricanes. The art department, music department, drama department, and the family and consumer science department donated their time, energy and wares to raise money to donate to the Red Cross for aid to the hurricanes’ victims. They sold art, food, sang, played drums, acted — it was amazing! These days with all the terrible news stories of terrible acts committed by teenagers, this showed how the majority of teenagers are good, hardworking, outstanding kids. I was as proud of them as if they were my own. The kids came up with this idea themselves to present this wonderful evening. Coeur d’Alene should salute these remarkable, wonderful students. Kids, you made yourselves and your school shine. We had a great evening thanks to these great kids.

MARYLOU WEBER

Coeur d’Alene

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