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Troy choir, band students chosen for ILMEA Junior Music Festival

Back from left: Band director William Goetz, Sam Coffey, Joel Klima. Noelle Klima, Michelle Babyak, Clare Lundeen and band director Jennifer Carlton. Middle from left: Cameron Rhymes, Max Racutt, Cameron Olson,Aliyyah Uqdah, Kylan Monk, Lanna Douangchampa. Front from left: Choir Director Kelsey Hagan with choir studentsTia Pitts, Malachi Pellegrini, Trent Hughey, Holli Holt and Brianna Ocampo. This will be Noelle Klima’s third year selected for the honor, and Joel Klima and CameronRhymes’ second year. Troy band directors are William Goetz and Jennifer Carlton. Choir director is Kelsey Hagan.
Back from left: Band director William Goetz, Sam Coffey, Joel Klima. Noelle Klima, Michelle Babyak, Clare Lundeen and band director Jennifer Carlton. Middle from left: Cameron Rhymes, Max Racutt, Cameron Olson,Aliyyah Uqdah, Kylan Monk, Lanna Douangchampa. Front from left: Choir Director Kelsey Hagan with choir studentsTia Pitts, Malachi Pellegrini, Trent Hughey, Holli Holt and Brianna Ocampo. This will be Noelle Klima’s third year selected for the honor, and Joel Klima and CameronRhymes’ second year. Troy band directors are William Goetz and Jennifer Carlton. Choir director is Kelsey Hagan.

Sixteen Troy Community School District 30-C choir and band students made this year’s cut for the Illinois Music Educators Association’s District 1 Junior Music Festival.

The honor allows the students to participate in the November 9 festival, which will be held at Joliet Central High School.


  

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