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Radio Show Wants To Hear From Teens

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Tell your friends! Student Leadership and Involvement - or SLI - is producing a radio show on the first Monday of every month.

Starting May 6, tune in to KSBN 1230 AM from 8:30 to 9 p.m. to listen to and rap with teens about issues that involve you. The first show will focus on the lack of things for young people to do in Spokane.

SLI hopes to expand the show to an hour in the coming months and will tackle a different topic on each show. Be sure to tune in, and call in. Make sure your voice is heard!

Staged tradition: “The Doll Shop,” one of the biggest and oldest high school theater traditions, makes its way to North Central’s stage for the 18th time in six decades.

Every show since 1930 has been based on the same idea: a cast of characters own a doll shop in which the dolls come alive and perform huge production numbers.

This year’s show boasts an ensemble of 300 students. The script was written by NC students.

Opening night is Thursday and the show runs Friday and Saturday and May 9-11. Curtain is 7:30 each evening at NC’s performing arts theater. Ticket prices are $4 for adults, $3 for students and children, and $2 for NC ASB card holders. Tickets are available at NC’s business office or at the door for performances that aren’t sold out.

Summer plans: This July, up to a dozen teens will venture into Puget Sound for five days of island exploration aboard a 26-foot sailboat from Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority.

Campers will be their own crew, learning to sail and navigate the seas around the San Juan Islands. No experience required. Sign up early to secure your position on board; registrations are due May 15. Cost is $350.

For more information, call 334-4555, ext. 228.

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