People walk towards mounds after listening to storyteller Curly Bear Wagner, who tells a story of the Lewis and Clark expedition from the Blackfoot point of view at Ocmulgee National Monument.
People walk towards mounds after listening to storyteller Curly Bear Wagner, who tells a story of the Lewis and Clark expedition from the Blackfoot point of view at Ocmulgee National Monument. Telegraph file photo
People walk towards mounds after listening to storyteller Curly Bear Wagner, who tells a story of the Lewis and Clark expedition from the Blackfoot point of view at Ocmulgee National Monument. Telegraph file photo

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  • High school chorus gets up close performance from world-renowned vocal group

    Choral director Charles Hernandez speaks about members of the Mary Persons High School chorus got a first person meeting with The Ten Tenors Friday afternoon prior to the group performing Friday night at the Monroe Fine Arts Center.