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Students get hands-on with Mile of Music

Promoting festival part of project-based learning

9:50 PM, Jul. 29, 2013
Cory Chisel performs during an event announcing the inaugural Mile of Music Festival in May at the OuterEdge in Appleton. About 20 Appleton high school students are helping promote the Aug. 8-11 downtown Appleton festival.
Cory Chisel performs during an event announcing the inaugural Mile of Music Festival in May at the OuterEdge in Appleton. About 20 Appleton high school students are helping promote the Aug. 8-11 downtown Appleton festival.
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A new music festival is coming to downtown Appleton, that's featuring dozens of independent musicians, who will be performing at numerous venues between Aug. 8-11.

Ensuring word about the event spreads to lure music fans to the city is a task about 20 Appleton high school students have worked on since May in conjunction with festival organizers. The students are taking part in a project-based learning exercise, which involves a partnership between Willems Marketing and the Appleton Area School District.

There are benefits for the students, the festival and Willems Marketing, said Dave ...

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