Students from meridian high performed at the Riley Center for the Any Given Child kickoff.
“We have community members who have been working for over a year and a half 2 year planning for this launch tonight," says Clair Huff the Meridian Public School District arts coordinator. "We are sharing our vision for our community, for our school district, involving the arts.”
Various students from Meridian Pubic Schools, took the stage before an audience. There will be a band performance, singing, even theater. Huff says, “In addition to all these beautiful faces, they are going to hear from our Mayor, from Dr. Amy Carter the school superintendent, from the Kennedy Center representative about the any given child and what it can do for our community.