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Photo gallery: Taking Trinity for a spin

Ben Hillyer | The Natchez Democrat — Using her arms and legs, a Chinese acrobat spins four pillows simultaneously for the Trinity crowd.
Ben Hillyer | The Natchez Democrat — Using her arms and legs, a Chinese acrobat spins four pillows simultaneously for the Trinity crowd.

NATCHEZ — Acrobat sponsored by the Bureau of Lectures and Concert Artists wowed the crowd of students from Trinity Episcopal Day School Tuesday morning in the school’s gym. A group of five acrobats from China performed various feats and tricks for the students. The group of acrobats travel around the United States to schools in an effort to build global awareness and to educate children. Proceeds from Tuesday’s performance went to fund the school’s global initiative, including a trip to Puerto Rico next September. Below are pictures from Tuesday’s performance.

 

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