The "Light's On!" celebration Monday at Calhoun Middle-High School acknowledged some of the many programs being delivered. "Dozens of the summer programs have already touched the lives of many people," said Tony Russell, project director.

Several hundred people mixed during the social hour prior to the Wheeling Symphony concert, and met with kids and parents who have participated. Fireworks concluded the evening.

The $2.1 million dollar grant will provide multiple educational opportunities after school, weekends and during summer break.

"Light's On!" flags welcome visitors to the
Calhoun Middle-High School campus

Calhoun High Red Devils Band deliver a welcoming tune

Bluegrass and country music pickers

Pleasant Hill "Light's On!" exhibits opportunities

Arnoldsburg girls Chloey Boggs and Shayla Boggs enjoy evening

Dulcimer makers and players from Arnoldsburg

Heartwood in Hills welcomes visitors

Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center, Cheryl McCallister (R)

Scouts bring the color guard for concert

Rachel Worby signs autographs

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