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1 Businesses (Janesville) Youth movement: Musik on the Move, a children's class at Knapton Musik Knotes combines singing, dancing, storytelling and more for kids aged 18 months to 4 years (photo) Sam Murdy busts out his best moves... (photo) instructor Shelly Frank acts out a story... (photo) Owen Hildebrandt hammers a drum while his mom, Nikki, looks on... (photo) AngelicaEve Hanna peeks from behind her hands... 22 Mar 2006, 1A
2 Music (popular) Youth movement: two music teachers direct orchestra of local middle- and high-school students (Rock Prairie Youth Orchestra) (Sarah Finn-Sommerfeld) (Jeff Suarez) kicks, 11 Dec 2003, p.3
3 Children's Arts Council Youth Music Day program and fact sheet (December 13, 1974) pamphlet
4 Music (Popular) Youth music uprising (2016 Youth Battle of the Bands, Marvin W. Roth Community Pavilion at Lower Courthouse Park) 14 Jul 2016, 1C
5 Edgerton (WI) Youth musicians plan benefit concert: Sunday fundraiser to help bolster TCCO scholarships (photo of Emma Campbell)(Turtle Creek Chamber Orchestra)(St. Joseph Catholic Church) 29 Sep 2016, kicks, 5C
6 Veterans Youth must understand costs of war (editorial) 28 May 2016, 8A
7 Janesville (WI) - People Youth of the Year stands out: Arielle Berghammer promotes diversity (photo)(50 Who Matter) 21 Jan 2008, 6D
8 Towns, Debi 'Youth Options' limits heads to state Senate: mandate remains, but bill gives room to maneuver 28 Oct 2003, 1B
9 United Way of Northern Rock County Youth programs, families get boost from United Way: donor dollars help keep costs low (photo of Mary Fanning-Penny, Jenny Silker, Anna Schyvinck, Ashlyn Schyvinck)(United Way Blackhawk Region)(Boys and Girls Club)(graph United Way Blackhawk Region 2015 goal: $2.82 million) 14 Nov 2015, 3A
10 Youth (Janesville) Youth rally: kids help victims (photo) Michael Blanca uses a squeegee to remove water from windows of a vehicle during a car wash at Marshall Midle School... Money raised will be donated to the Red Cross for Hurricane Katrina victims. 10 Sep 2005, 1B

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