The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 5, 1997 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 5, 1997
Page 18
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4 MONDAYv MAY 5, 1997 THE SAUNA JOURNAL T SPOTLIGHT Fifth-graders participating In the music festival were Back row — Kyle Berens, Michael Ratclif, Tina Schoel, Cecilia Kllat, Rachel Bieker, Brldgette Tharp and Brian Anderson; Front row — Jimmy McKee, Matthew Klenda, Jason Bulleigh, Megan Delser, Alison Curran, Danielle Budreau and Courtney Ducharme. Sixth-graders participating were: Brian Bechard (from left), Jeff Kelley, Stephanie Bieker, Sarah Vermllllon, Danielle Wtttman, Melinda Neuman and Jill Dtederich. Students compete in music Several fifth- and sixth- graders from St. Mary's Elementary School in Salina participated in the 48th Annual LaCrosse Music Festival March 8. The ratings are given as a III, II, I (1+ being the highest) or A.P. (advanced performance, which is highest). The results: Fifth-grade trumpet trio (Michael Ratclif, Jimmy McKee, Matthew Klenda), I; Sixth- grade mixed instrumental trio (Brian Bechard, Drew Huskey, Jeff Kelley), II; Sixth- grade saxophone solo (Jeff Kelley), II; Fifth-grade saxophone solo (Kyle Berens), II; Sixth-grade saxophone solo (Jill Diederich), II; Sixth- grade piano solo (Adie Huskey), I-; Sixth-grade vocal solo (Amanda Ziegler), I-; Sixth-grade piano solo (Jennifer Suelter), 1-; Sixth-grade vocal quintet (Adie Huskey, Jessie Kelly, Melinda Newman, Sarah Vermillion, Danielle Wittman), II; Fifth- and Sixth-grade clarinet ensemble (Rachel Bieker, Courtney Ducharme, Cecilia Kilat, Tori Harris, Tina Schoel), III; Fifth-grade trumpet solo (Jimmie McKee), II-; Sixth-grade piano solo (Tonya Newton), II+; Sixth-grade vocal solo (Adria Jerkovich), AP; Fifth- grade piano solo (Brian Anderson), I; Fifth-and Sixth-grade flute trio (Alison Curran, Jessie Kelly, Bridgette Tharp), II-; Fifth-and Sixth-grade vocal quartet (Rachel Bieker, Megan Deiser, Cecilia Kilat, Tara Roemer), II; Sixth-grade vocal solo (Jennifer Davis), I-; Sixth- grade flute solo (Stephanie Bieker), II; Combined Fifth- and Sixth-grade band, II, II-.H; Sixth-grade vocal solo (Emily Henke), I; Fifth-grade vocal solo (Jason Bulleigh), I; Sixth- grade piano solo (Drew Huskey), I; Fifth-grade vocal solo (Danielle Budreau), AP; Sixth-grade choir, I-, I-, II; Sixth-grade French horn solo (Tara Roemer), II+; Sixth- grade vocal quartet (Christine Daniels, Nicole Dye, Emily Henke, Lindsey Houltberg), II; Sixth-grade vocal solo (Christine Sibilla), I; Sixth-grade vocal solo (Morgan Somers) I+; Fifth-grade vocal solo (Rachel Bieker), I-; Sixth-grade vocal solo (Tonya Newton, II. SPOTLIGHT alcohol — the most commonly used drug among young people — and discuss and develop proposed solutions to underage drinking and other youth access to alcohol issues. FROM PAGE 3 in Puerto Rico and St. Thomas. Hutchinson has three grown sons, eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Hutchinson has also volunteered for RSVP and Little House. The NOVA Award is underwritten by the Bennington State Bank of Salina, Bank of Tescott of Tescott, Mid-America Awards and Western Sizzlin' Steak House. o © & MADD DELEGATE: Mandi Chace, 16, Salina, has been selected as a youth delegate to the National Youth Summit To Prevent Underage Drinking, hosted by Mothers Against Drunk Driving. She will attend along with 434 other young people representing each congressional district in the United States, as well as the U.S. territories. Washington, D.C., will provide the backdrop for this coalition of American's youth this spring. 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