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Local earns honor

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Local earns honor

Matt Cantelon of Kent recently earned at certificate of merit for sound design in the production of “Crave” at Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore.

The award was given at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, one of five the school received for the production. The festival is an annual drama conference that provides Northwest theater students with the opportunity to attend workshops, performances and seminars on a variety of theatrical topics, including directing, acting and design.

Camps coming up

Kent-Meridian High School will host three summer volleyball camps in June and July.

The Little Royals Camp will last June 30 through July 3, open to boys and girls entering the fourth grade and younger. The Elementary Camp will last June 30-July 3, open to boys and girls entering fifth and sixth grades. The Middle School Camp will last July 7-11, open to girls entering seventh and eighth grades.

To register or for more information, visit www.kentmeridianvolleyball.com or call 253-373-7405.

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