Scholarship named after retired teacher
Bruce E. Clubb has established the Betty Parker Scholarship for the Performing Arts in honor of Parker, who was a teacher and theatrical director at Blackduck High School from 1943 to 1949 and from 1954 until her retirement in 1982, a total of 34 years.
While employed at BHS, Parker directed many school plays, including, in 1949, the one act play, Minor Miracle, which placed fourth in the Minnesota State One Act Play contest.
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