Canyon Crest Academy Festival of the Arts highlights students’ range

CCA Foundation Vice President for Fundraising Loraine Dyson with Festival of the Arts Chairwoman Jennifer McDowell

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Canyon Crest Academy showcased students’ art Jan. 8 during the school’s third annual Festival of the Arts. On display was a variety of works from CCA’s visual, performing and digital arts.
(Photos/Jon Clark)

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