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Saturday Morning Cartoon Series Returns

Do you miss waking up to watch cartoons on Saturday mornings? To satisfy your nostalgia, The State Theatre is putting on its third annual Bill Welch Memorial Cartoon Series every Saturday this month. The series honors the late Mayor Bill Welch, who had supported the event in its first year.

Once again the series will feature classic Warner Brothers cartoons and the theater promises “a great mix every week”. For those of you who may watch cartoons every Saturday anyway, it may be a different experience on the State Theater’s 31-foot movie screen.

The series will be free to all attendees and will start at 10 a.m. (early I know), but it should be worth waking up for. Also, it is a family event, so remember that if you decide to go after a particularly festive Friday night.

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Nick Johnson

Nick is a junior majoring in IST (the Internet) and CAS (saying things). He hopes to one day get paid to do this, but for now he is willing to do it for the fame. Besides writing for Onward State, he also puts things on the Internet here.

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