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District 206 students named to honor bands

Three School District 206 students were selected for the Minnesota Band Directors Association 6-8 and 9-10 Honor Bands. Selected to the 9-10 Honor Band were Grace Griffin, grade 10, trumpet, and Paul Meland, grade 9, tenor saxophone. Chosen for t...

Three School District 206 students were selected for the Minnesota Band Directors Association 6-8 and 9-10 Honor Bands.

Selected to the 9-10 Honor Band were Grace Griffin, grade 10, trumpet, and Paul Meland, grade 9, tenor saxophone. Chosen for the 6-8 Honor Band was Carl Branch, grade 8, French horn. More than 600 students auditioned statewide.

The students will rehearse Saturday, April 9 at Farmington High School and perform a concert at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 10.

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