Review: Musical Extravaganza showcases area students

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Review: Musical Extravaganza showcases area students

Escalante Middle School seventh-grader Seth Thornburg, left, son of Mike and Debby Thornburg, and eighth-grader Natalie Miner, daughter of Mason and Karina Miner, perform with the Seventh and Eighth Grade Orchestra under the direction of Rusty Charpentier during the second annual School Music Extravaganza on Wednesday evening at Whalen Gymnasium at Fort Lewis College.
Emily Sandner,19, left, her brother, Daniel Sandner, 15, center, and Matthew McLaughlin, 16, perform with the St. Columba Harmony Handbell Ensemble. Emily and Daniel are the daughter and son of Steve and Martha Sandner, and Matthew is the son of Michael and Victoria McLaughlin.
Rusty Charpentier directs the Escalante Middle School Seventh and Eighth Grade Orchestra.

Review: Musical Extravaganza showcases area students

Escalante Middle School seventh-grader Seth Thornburg, left, son of Mike and Debby Thornburg, and eighth-grader Natalie Miner, daughter of Mason and Karina Miner, perform with the Seventh and Eighth Grade Orchestra under the direction of Rusty Charpentier during the second annual School Music Extravaganza on Wednesday evening at Whalen Gymnasium at Fort Lewis College.
Emily Sandner,19, left, her brother, Daniel Sandner, 15, center, and Matthew McLaughlin, 16, perform with the St. Columba Harmony Handbell Ensemble. Emily and Daniel are the daughter and son of Steve and Martha Sandner, and Matthew is the son of Michael and Victoria McLaughlin.
Rusty Charpentier directs the Escalante Middle School Seventh and Eighth Grade Orchestra.
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