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Performing Arts League of Chattanooga's annual meeting was held recently at The Walden Club. The grants and scholarships committee presented Sammie Waller of East Lake Expression Engine with a grant for its 2021 summer program. From left, are Suzanne Ford, Bette Malone, Linda Thompson, Sammie Waller of the East Lake Expression Engine, Greg Miller, Performing Arts League president, Karen Smith and Patricia Daniel. / Photo courtesy of Gloria Miller/Performing Arts League

The Performing Arts League announced recipients of its 2021 grants and scholarships awards totaling $11,600 to support youth involvement in the performing arts. This year, PAL awarded six grants to encourage the expansion and development of youth arts programs that recruit, develop or train young students. Scholarships were awarded to two young performers to encourage their further development and training.

"The mission of the Performing Arts League is to promote youth involvement in the Performing Arts," Greg Miller, league president, said. "We do this by supporting meaningful projects and opportunities for young performing artists both individually and as part of a group experience. Especially during this difficult year, we consider our support for these students essential to the growth and well-being of our community. We look forward to continuing this important work in the future."

Suzanne Ford

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