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Letter: A+ to those who brought ‘Crickets’ to life

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

Celebrating a 242nd anniversary of a battle victory: hats off to the Court House Players, to Anita Minuth’s dream of producing Judy Ward’s “Crickets on a Hill,” to David Shuber’s superbly creative orchestration talents, to their management team Norma Thomas and Sherry Hamilton, to the entire Court House Players cast of Crickets on a Hill, and in particular, kudos to the community orchestra who supported this musical production.

Set design and costuming helped bring it all together in a spirited production.

On behalf of the Mathews Historical Museum, we thank you. Thank you for your hard work and the neighborly love that you have exhibited in producing “Crickets” as a fundraiser for the recent Mathews Historical Museum. If success can be judged in terms of how full the parking lot was, then the Court House Players gets an A+.

   Sandy Warhol, Chair

  Events Committee, Mathews Historical Museum  ...

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