Give yourself a valentine and see Noon Arts: Live at the Lee on Feb. 14

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The Augusta University Arts Council is hosting its next Noon Arts concert Feb. 14 at noon. The event is free and open to the public, and free food and drink will be provided to the first 100 guests. Door prizes will include tickets for Cirque Zuma Zuma at Maxwell Theatre on March 1.

Bill Andrews, chair of Medical Illustration, will serve as master of ceremonies.

Performers include:

  • Si-Long Chen, Pamplin College & College of Nursing
  • Jessica Cooley & Doug Blackburn, Division of Information Technology
  • Elizabeth DePace & Lynn Tran, The Graduate School with Lauren Reid and Justyna Szymonik, Medical College of Georgia
  • James Dickey, Bhart Sanders & Liana Mosley, MCG
  • Calvin W. Pennywell Jr, Pamplin College & The Dental College of Georgia
  • Melissa Wallin, The Graduate School
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