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The Arts Empowerment Project held its third annual Twirl 'N Swirl 5K Race/ Walk on April 6. Held in conjunction with Charlotte Country Day School, the event began and ended at Carmel Commons Shopping Center. The fundraiser increased awareness of child abuse prevention and brought in $10,000 for the Judge Bill Jones Memorial Scholarship Fund. The recipient of the scholarship will be an at-risk student pursuing study in an arts-related field. The Arts Empowerment Project connects court-involved and at-risk youth to the transformative power of the arts. For more information: 1. 2019 Twirl 'N Swirl 5K runners 2. Susan Harden, Natalie Allen, Brandon Lofton 3. Javier Negrete, Naomi Ware, Gaelle Kikwika 4. Luke Bender, Brandon Lofton II, Caleb Lofton with Halley. 5. (Back Row) Nicole Shooman, Audrey Leach, Emma Bryson, Margaret Ann Edel, Monica Dao, Caroline McLane, Maddison McLane, Christina Sun, Maddie Parkes, Chloe Allen. (Front Row) Lacey Cory, Hannah Marshall, Emory Brinson, Nate Puchalski 6. Martin Flores, Pacino Mancillas, Monimar Mancillas, Amelia Schiappacasse, Natalia Fonseca-Schiappacasse, Alejandra Flores, Natalia Flores, Christine Dominey 7. Brian Powell, Ben Powell, Teresa Powell, Lauren Powell, Morgan Faulkenberry, Paige Miller 8. Beaty Arthur, Perry Zeichner 9. Lyndsay Bonk, Lance Fuisting S O C I A L S E E N Race Connects Students to Art Photos by Ray Sepesy 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 BALLANTYNE SUMMER 2019 90 Social Seen

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