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"The Outrage"

“The Outrage” will be presented before an estimated 2,000 students throughout LaGrange County over the next several weeks, and will be featured in a free public event on March 14 at The Blue Gate Theater in Shipshewana. Pictured above are cast members. In front, from left, are Cassie Glick, MacKenna McGraw and Lizzie Kratz from Prairie Heights High School. In the second row, from left, are Kiersten Reeve, Samantha Anderson and Erika Byler from Westview High School. And in the back row, from left, are Zack Tolle from Lakeland High School, Drew Sumwalt from Westview High School and Adam Eaton from Lakeland High School.

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