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Talented students deserve better publicity

We recently attended the release party of Ishaan Judd’s debut album. It was held at The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley. It was done as his senior project.

We found him to be a delightful young musician. He was assisted on some of his songs by his talented friends.

My concern is that not enough publicity was given by the school district to this event. When I called to find out where we could send money to help with a project, my phone calls were never returned.

I think in the future there should be some mention in the press. We must support these talented young people.

Roy and Dorothy Leighton

Nevada City

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