East Lyme High School Jazz Band gives seniors a performance send-off

The East Lyme High School Jazz Band and guest vocalists treated seniors to a special performance on Thursday, May 31.

The concert was part of a seniors’ day at the high school, which included a luncheon with high school students and a tour of the school.

In a release, senior center program director Kristen Caramanica said the seniors enjoyed visiting the school and the students; many of the seniors also attended ELHS and enjoyed seeing how the school has changed.

The high school and senior center have ongoing partnerships, including a culinary program and technology classes.

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