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Duluth Speech Concert at the Duluth East Auditorium

Updated: 03/20/2014 8:57 AM
Created: 03/20/2014 8:39 AM WDIO.com

Both Denfeld and East make up the Duluth Speech Team, and they are having a Concert at the Duluth East Auditorium on Thursday night!

You can see award-winning performances from over 40 Denfeld and Duluth East students Thursday night at the auditorium. Among those performers are Sarah Jamar, Billy Menor, along with the duo of Tommy Wolfe and Aurora Vautrin. These four seniors came on our show Thursday morning to show us what they can do!

You can catch all of these performances and more at the fundraiser. The fundraiser will help these students get to their national competition, along with other expenses for the sport. The Duluth Team will be sending kids to the Neitoc Tournament at Gustavus Adolphus College on May 9 - 11.

So head on down to the Duluth East Auditorium Thursday night at 7:00 p.m.! Tickets are $5 at the door.

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