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Shredded stage curtain needs a replacement

Rotary fundraiser Saturday needs your appetite

 

Teacher Karen Pace displays the dilapidated curtain on the Lake Roosevelt stage Monday. - Scott Hunter photo

The curtain on the stage in the Lake Roosevelt Junior/Senior High School gym, the one the class of 2018 will walk under to pick up their diplomas in June, is falling apart, a problem possibly remedied by spaghetti.

At least that's what the Grand Coulee Dam Rotary Club hopes to do with a fundraising dinner this Saturday at the school cafeteria.

The club, famous locally for its spaghetti, is selling tickets for the dinner that will be dished up from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

The curtains, said music teacher Karen Pace, "are currently unusable in any way. Great chunks have fallen off, and the rope sys...



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