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I would like to present a large bouquet of roses to the cast and crew of Ava High School’s play, “The Diary of Anne Frank.” They did a great job of giving the audience a glance into the lives of the Jewish people who were hiding from the German soldiers during World War II. Mr. Macy, the director and teacher, gave the audience a short but meaningful history lesson. As he stated in his introduction to the play, hate and anger are terrible things. Unfortunately we still have that in today’s world.
For those of you who did not see this presentation for whatever reason, you missed an example of the good that the majority of our youth exhibit. If there is another play during this year, make a point to see it.
Again, congratulations to the students who made one feel the frustrations and despair of these people in hiding.
A great job ladies and gentlemen of Ava High! Keep up the good work.