Community member congratulates Kenston senior

Community member George Pogan, right, congratulates senior Colin Montville, left, on his performance as The Cat in the Hat in the Kenston Center Stage production of “Seussical the Musical.” Residents of Auburn and Bainbridge over the age of 60 are invited to attend an annual dinner theater performance of the spring musical as part of the district’s Senior Moments of Rockin’ Entertainment program.

Katy McGrath 440-543-9677

Students participate in competition

Watch out, Bobby Flay! Kenston’s elementary school students participated in the finals of the Kenston Cooks! competition. The idea behind the event is to help educate students in healthy eating habits. Children submitted recipes for their favorite healthy breakfast and the selected finalists prepared their dish in a cook-off.

Schools host Fine Arts Showcase

Kenston Schools will host the third annual Fine Arts Showcase on April 28 in the high school auditorium and gymnasium. The showcase will feature the district art show and music performances by bands and choruses from both the middle and high schools. The art show will feature a variety of student artwork from all grade levels including work inspired by famous artists and other cultures, wood and scrap sculptures, graphic design, mixed media illustrations, portraits and landscapes. Music performances begin at 1 p.m. and conclude at 8 p.m. in the Robert A. Lee Auditorium. Five featured concerts will include Kenston High School band concert, Kenston Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade band spring concert, Kenston Intermediate School fifth-grade chorus concert, KMS seventh-/eighth-grade choral spring concert and KHS chorus concert. The official showcase opening is from 1-3 p.m.

AfterProm preview

On May 4 from 8-10 p.m. at Kenston High School, the Kenston community is invited to preview AfterProm. AfterProm is a long-standing tradition at Kenston to provide a supervised party for juniors and seniors after the prom. Community volunteers have worked all year to offer this safe and memorable event for our students.

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