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Supporting the arts
July 07, 2014, 05:00 AM

Rick Markovich

Half Moon Bay resident JP Viernes, right, is presented with a check for $10,000 at a June 2 talent competition sponsored by the Steve Silver Foundation and Beach Blanket Babylon “Scholarship for the Arts.” Viernes, who attends the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts and recently starred in a national touring production of Billy Elliot, won in the dance category. The check, held by Beach Blanket Babylon cast member Tammy Nelson, center, was presented to Viernes by Jo Schuman Silver, left, producer of Beach Blanket Babylon. The celebrity panel of judges included actress Rita Moreno, American Conservatory Theater’s Artistic Director Carey Perloff, KRON4/KCBS Radio’s Jan Wahl, singer Paula West and Tony Award-winner actor BD Wong.

 

 

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