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Slideshow: Orchestra’s Benefit Concert raises over $1,000 for Wounded Warrior Project

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K-Park’s orchestra raised around $1,400 in their second annual Benefit Concert for the Wounded Warrior Project, held March 30. The concert was “America” themed, and was entirely student directed and planned.

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