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Save the Perpich Center!

Bills have been introduced to get rid of the Perpich Center for Arts Education.
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What can you do to support the arts at the State & Federal Level?

Contact your members of the State Legislature today and ask them to “Please protect the 47% of the Arts Legacy Fund and maintain the General Fund.” You can also help protect the NEA by sending a letter to your members of Congress asking them to support the cultural agencies.

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    Arts Alert: Act Now: Save the Perpich Center for Arts Aducation!

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