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James Clemens presents Winter Fine Arts Show on Tuesday

The Fine Arts Department at James Clemens High School will present its Winter Fine Arts Show on Dec. 4.

Their art show will begin at 5 p.m. featuring displays from visual art classes. At 7 p.m., the James Clemens Jazz Band, percussion ensemble featuring a marimba quartet playing an arrangement of “Carol of the Bells,” choir and symphonic band will perform in the auditorium.

For a preview of the percussion ensemble, visit http://youtu.be/DxPRsxlJqas.

The Winter Fine Arts Show is free and open to the public. “Please make plans to come and support these extremely talented students,” director of bands Keith Anderson said.

For information, call 256-509-6636.

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