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Fondy High Alum Liz Shipe's play to be performed

Fond du Lac High School (FHS) students have the unique opportunity to be the first to stage an original work by alumnus Elizabeth Shipe, The Seven Athenian Women. Elizabeth is a working actress and playwright living in the Milwaukee area who was commissioned to write the play for the FHS Theatre department.  Set in Greece, this is a comedy that draws heavily on several Greek myths.  The Seven Athenian Women will be at the FHS Performing Arts Center, 801 Campus Drive, on February 2, 3 and 4 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $9 for adults and $7 for students and children and are available at the FHS office and at the box office prior to each performance.


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Fondy High Alumnus Performs with Pitches and Notes

Sydney Schibbelhut, a FDL High School alumnus, will be performing with UW Madison's Pitches and Notes, a female contemporary a cappella ensemble, in an upcoming concert. This concert is FREE and will be presented on Thursday, January 12 at 7:00 p.m. at the Church of Our Savior, 363 South Main Street in Fond du Lac.

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Former 1933 graduate Miriam Olmsted recognized

Miriam Olmsted, a former Two Rivers Public School teacher (where she taught for 38 years) and 1933 graduate of Fond du Lac High School, recently turned 100 years old.  She received a visit from several fifth graders who delivered more than 100 letters written by their fifth grade class.

During retirement, Miriam has enjoyed being actively involved with Alpha Theta Chapter, Retired Teachers Association, traveling, and is a member of the Covenant United Methodist Church in Fond du Lac. She resides at Woodlands Senior Park in Fond du Lac, and continues her friendships with her ties to Two Rivers.

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