Freshman Zanna McMurtrey shares the stage with junior Jenna Lemoine and senior Sydney Payne in the “Snow Queen,” a recent Peninsula High theater production. A newly-organized booster club is in the midst of raising funds to perform much needed upkeep on the auditorium.
Freshman Zanna McMurtrey shares the stage with junior Jenna Lemoine and senior Sydney Payne in the “Snow Queen,” a recent Peninsula High theater production. A newly-organized booster club is in the midst of raising funds to perform much needed upkeep on the auditorium. HUGH MCMILLAN Special to the Gateway
Freshman Zanna McMurtrey shares the stage with junior Jenna Lemoine and senior Sydney Payne in the “Snow Queen,” a recent Peninsula High theater production. A newly-organized booster club is in the midst of raising funds to perform much needed upkeep on the auditorium. HUGH MCMILLAN Special to the Gateway

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April 21, 2016 11:29 AM

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