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Community Celebrates SSHS's New Stage


Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

The community enjoyed performances from the SSHS drama class, band, choir, creative writing students and the Seeley-Swan Mountain Bells.

SEELEY LAKE – Seeley-Swan High School (SSHS) treated the community to a Celebration of the Arts April 12 to inaugurate the new stage and to thank the community for its support. A snap shot of the play "We Will Be Right Back After This Murder" was presented; the play will be performed April 20 at 7 p.m. The choir, band and creative writing students along with the Seeley-Swan Mountain Bell Choir also took the new stage, each sharing various selections.

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Creative Writing students shared their poetry. Pictured (L-R): Mitch Parcell, Gabby Sexton, Chloie Hanback, Cora Grube, Elizabeth Done, Lauren Bemrose and Kyle Peltier.

When the small gym was built in 1964, planners put in a false wall on the west side with the intention of adding a performance space. The false wall was removed and new stage build as part of the improvements paid for by the Missoula County Public Schools' $70 million high school bond passed in 2015.

The gymnasium was set up with a coffee-house style atmosphere. The art students made the table centerpieces. Attendees enjoyed cake and refreshments while being entertained for the hour and a half event.

"This is your tax dollars at work. Thank you for your support," said SSHS Principal Dr. Kathleen Pecora.


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