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ELAPSEducational Leadership and Policy Studies (Iowa State University)
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Dominant species along stream margins were Erpetogomphus elaps (19.31%), followed by Argia pulla (12.39%) and Macrothemis pseudimitans (12.36%).
This article outlines the applicable statutes, rules, and policies governing ELAP practice, while emphasizing the benefits of a robust expanded legal assistance program.
It was the first time Debbie had directed for ELAPs since joining five years ago and said it had been fun working with so many committed and talented people.
Although it is her first time directing for ELAPs, she has acted with the group since joining five years ago and has previously directed many children's productions in her role as a teacher.
On-stage entertainment included the Brookside School Choir, a performance by junior members of the East Leake Amateur Players (ELAPs), and music items from local artists Acoustic Group, Damsel, Chroma and singer and guitarist Wilf Baker.
This year ELAPS performed Cinders by Geoff Bamber and had the biggest and youngest cast ever.
Director Mrs Bowness said she had known from the outset that staging The Rise and Fall of Little Voice would be challenging for a small group like ELAPS, and confirmed it had been.
ELAPS theatre group are presenting their latest production, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice by Jim Cartwright, in East Leake Village Hall from May 17-19 at 7.30pm.
ELAPS perform The Rise and Fall of Little Voice at East Leake Village Hall, 7.30pm.