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Student musicians make state

Several Clarkston High School students qualified to compete in state level competition in District 4 Solo and Ensemble, March 26, including: Kristina Ballough, piano solo; Victoria Caine, flute solo; Matt Dahl, piano solo; Conor Daly-Seiler, bass clarinet solo; Michael Gieske, bassoon solo; Molly Graham, horn solo; Kelsea Horne, flute solo; Nathan Huhta, bassoon solo; Jessica Johnson, sax solo; Nathan Ross, piano solo; Caelan Stewart, horn solo; Kevin Thompson, tuba solo; Michelle Whitmore, piccolo solo; Michelle Whitmore, flute solo; Nicole Whitmore, clarinet solo; Frank Chiodo, trumpet solo; Kelsey Lowes, baritone solo; Courtney Bell, trombone solo; Samantha Hickey, cello solo; Lauren Rodewald, bass solo; Kelli Moore, viola solo; Katie Gipe and Jenna Damico, flute duet; Michael Gieske and Nathan Huhta, bassoon duet; Maia Girard and Amanda Chamberlain, flute duet; Taylor Tomei and Nicole Whitmore, clarinet duet; Michelle Rozwadowski and Spencer Miller, sax duet; Matt Zurek and Connor Mann, clarinet duet; Kelli Moore and Avery Mitevski, viola duet; Brian Roy, Abbey Kojima, and Alex Caine, percussion trio; Geena Kerr, Kelsea Horne, and Kaitlin Braunschweig, flute trio; Kathryn Culver, Courtney Cox, and Breanna Burch, flute trio; Emily Rice, Kevin Gu, Michael Hart, and Adam Vinstra, trumpet quartet; Jeff Fisk,Allyson Wilson, Jenna Herkness, and Samantha Hickey, string quartet; Travis Sandor, Sierra Baker, Avery Mitevski, Sophia McFadden-Keesling, and Lauren Rodewald, string quartet; Jordan Holloway, Zach Snyder, Kaley Gross, Stephen Plont, and Eric Shahly, percussion quintet; Louise Have, Taylor Tomei, Melissa Chamberlain, Conor Daly-Seiler, and Kristina Ballough, clarinet quintet; Michael Gieske, Julie Gjebic, Nicole Whitmore, Michelle Whitmore, and Caelan Stewart, woodwind quintet; Whitney Balkany, Mallory Linehan, Kaity Bragan, Jeseaca Shier, and Kelli Moore, string quintet; Jackie Gipe, Jenny Zawadzki, Brad Villeneuve, Courtney Villenueve, Alex Markarian, and Michelle Tharp, trombone sextet; Michelle Whitmore, Catie Boskee, Julie Gjebic, Kaley Gross, Nicole Whitmore, Melissa Chamberlain, Alex Thierbach, Caelan Stewart, Michael Gieske, Nathan Huhta, and Kevin Thompson, woodwind chamber ensemble; Victoria Caine, Maia Girard, Julie Cole, Stephanie Marani, Taylor Tomei, Louise Haven, Molly Egan, Molly Graham, Michael Gieske, Nathan Huhta, and Lauren Rodewald, woodwind chamber ensemble; Nicole Whitmore, Melissa Chamberlain, Kristina Ballough, Andrea Vedrody, Lauryn Johnson, Jordan McGowen, Camille Carnahan, Louise Haven, Mary Allan, Sean McNeil, Aingeal Miller, Mary Grego, Conor Daly-Seiler, Michael Gieske, and Emily Hyde, clarinet choir....more >>

Student musicians make state

Several Clarkston High School students qualified to compete in state level competition in District 4 Solo and Ensemble, March 26, including: Kristina Ballough, piano solo; Victoria Caine, flute solo; Matt Dahl, piano solo; Conor Daly-Seiler, bass clarinet solo; Michael Gieske, bassoon solo; Molly Graham, horn solo; Kelsea Horne, flute solo; Nathan Huhta, bassoon solo; Jessica Johnson, sax solo; Nathan Ross, piano solo; Caelan Stewart, horn solo; Kevin Thompson, tuba solo; Michelle Whitmore, piccolo solo; Michelle Whitmore, flute solo; Nicole Whitmore, clarinet solo; Frank Chiodo, trumpet solo; Kelsey Lowes, baritone solo; Courtney Bell, trombone solo; Samantha Hickey, cello solo; Lauren Rodewald, bass solo; Kelli Moore, viola solo; Katie Gipe and Jenna Damico, flute duet; Michael Gieske and Nathan Huhta, bassoon duet; Maia Girard and Amanda Chamberlain, flute duet; Taylor Tomei and Nicole Whitmore, clarinet duet; Michelle Rozwadowski and Spencer Miller, sax duet; Matt Zurek and Connor Mann, clarinet duet; Kelli Moore and Avery Mitevski, viola duet; Brian Roy, Abbey Kojima, and Alex Caine, percussion trio; Geena Kerr, Kelsea Horne, and Kaitlin Braunschweig, flute trio; Kathryn Culver, Courtney Cox, and Breanna Burch, flute trio; Emily Rice, Kevin Gu, Michael Hart, and Adam Vinstra, trumpet quartet; Jeff Fisk,Allyson Wilson, Jenna Herkness, and Samantha Hickey, string quartet; Travis Sandor, Sierra Baker, Avery Mitevski, Sophia McFadden-Keesling, and Lauren Rodewald, string quartet; Jordan Holloway, Zach Snyder, Kaley Gross, Stephen Plont, and Eric Shahly, percussion quintet; Louise Have, Taylor Tomei, Melissa Chamberlain, Conor Daly-Seiler, and Kristina Ballough, clarinet quintet; Michael Gieske, Julie Gjebic, Nicole Whitmore, Michelle Whitmore, and Caelan Stewart, woodwind quintet; Whitney Balkany, Mallory Linehan, Kaity Bragan, Jeseaca Shier, and Kelli Moore, string quintet; Jackie Gipe, Jenny Zawadzki, Brad Villeneuve, Courtney Villenueve, Alex Markarian, and Michelle Tharp, trombone sextet; Michelle Whitmore, Catie Boskee, Julie Gjebic, Kaley Gross, Nicole Whitmore, Melissa Chamberlain, Alex Thierbach, Caelan Stewart, Michael Gieske, Nathan Huhta, and Kevin Thompson, woodwind chamber ensemble; Victoria Caine, Maia Girard, Julie Cole, Stephanie Marani, Taylor Tomei, Louise Haven, Molly Egan, Molly Graham, Michael Gieske, Nathan Huhta, and Lauren Rodewald, woodwind chamber ensemble; Nicole Whitmore, Melissa Chamberlain, Kristina Ballough, Andrea Vedrody, Lauryn Johnson, Jordan McGowen, Camille Carnahan, Louise Haven, Mary Allan, Sean McNeil, Aingeal Miller, Mary Grego, Conor Daly-Seiler, Michael Gieske, and Emily Hyde, clarinet choir....more >>

Student musicians make state

Several Clarkston High School students qualified to compete in state level competition in District 4 Solo and Ensemble, March 26, including: Kristina Ballough, piano solo; Victoria Caine, flute solo; Matt Dahl, piano solo; Conor Daly-Seiler, bass clarinet solo; Michael Gieske, bassoon solo; Molly Graham, horn solo; Kelsea Horne, flute solo; Nathan Huhta, bassoon solo; Jessica Johnson, sax solo; Nathan Ross, piano solo; Caelan Stewart, horn solo; Kevin Thompson, tuba solo; Michelle Whitmore, piccolo solo; Michelle Whitmore, flute solo; Nicole Whitmore, clarinet solo; Frank Chiodo, trumpet solo; Kelsey Lowes, baritone solo; Courtney Bell, trombone solo; Samantha Hickey, cello solo; Lauren Rodewald, bass solo; Kelli Moore, viola solo; Katie Gipe and Jenna Damico, flute duet; Michael Gieske and Nathan Huhta, bassoon duet; Maia Girard and Amanda Chamberlain, flute duet; Taylor Tomei and Nicole Whitmore, clarinet duet; Michelle Rozwadowski and Spencer Miller, sax duet; Matt Zurek and Connor Mann, clarinet duet; Kelli Moore and Avery Mitevski, viola duet; Brian Roy, Abbey Kojima, and Alex Caine, percussion trio; Geena Kerr, Kelsea Horne, and Kaitlin Braunschweig, flute trio; Kathryn Culver, Courtney Cox, and Breanna Burch, flute trio; Emily Rice, Kevin Gu, Michael Hart, and Adam Vinstra, trumpet quartet; Jeff Fisk,Allyson Wilson, Jenna Herkness, and Samantha Hickey, string quartet; Travis Sandor, Sierra Baker, Avery Mitevski, Sophia McFadden-Keesling, and Lauren Rodewald, string quartet; Jordan Holloway, Zach Snyder, Kaley Gross, Stephen Plont, and Eric Shahly, percussion quintet; Louise Have, Taylor Tomei, Melissa Chamberlain, Conor Daly-Seiler, and Kristina Ballough, clarinet quintet; Michael Gieske, Julie Gjebic, Nicole Whitmore, Michelle Whitmore, and Caelan Stewart, woodwind quintet; Whitney Balkany, Mallory Linehan, Kaity Bragan, Jeseaca Shier, and Kelli Moore, string quintet; Jackie Gipe, Jenny Zawadzki, Brad Villeneuve, Courtney Villenueve, Alex Markarian, and Michelle Tharp, trombone sextet; Michelle Whitmore, Catie Boskee, Julie Gjebic, Kaley Gross, Nicole Whitmore, Melissa Chamberlain, Alex Thierbach, Caelan Stewart, Michael Gieske, Nathan Huhta, and Kevin Thompson, woodwind chamber ensemble; Victoria Caine, Maia Girard, Julie Cole, Stephanie Marani, Taylor Tomei, Louise Haven, Molly Egan, Molly Graham, Michael Gieske, Nathan Huhta, and Lauren Rodewald, woodwind chamber ensemble; Nicole Whitmore, Melissa Chamberlain, Kristina Ballough, Andrea Vedrody, Lauryn Johnson, Jordan McGowen, Camille Carnahan, Louise Haven, Mary Allan, Sean McNeil, Aingeal Miller, Mary Grego, Conor Daly-Seiler, Michael Gieske, and Emily Hyde, clarinet choir....more >>
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Born August 28th
1882: Belle Benchley, the first female zoo director in the world, who directed the Zoological Gardens of San Diego.
1896: Liam O'Flaherty, Irish novelist and short-story writer.
1903: Bruno Bettelheim, Austrian psychologist, educator of autistic and emotionally disturbed children.
1908: Roger Tory Peterson, author of the innovative bird book A Field Guide to Birds.
1925: Donald O'Connor, entertainer (Singin' in the Rain, Anything Goes).
August 28th
in history
1938: The first degree given to a ventriloquist's dummy is awarded to Charlie McCarthy--Edgar Bergen's wooden partner. The honorary degree, Master of Innuendo and Snappy Comeback, is presented on radio by Ralph Dennis, the dean of the School of Speech at Northwestern University.
1941: The German U-boat U-570 is captured by the British and renamed Graph
1944: German forces in Toulon and Marseilles, France, surrender to the Allies.
1945: Chinese communist leader Mao Tse-Tung arrives in Chunking to confer with Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-Shek in a futile effort to avert civil war.
1963: One of the largest demonstrations in the history of the United States, the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, takes place and reaches its climax at the base of the Lincoln Memorial when Dr. Martin Luther King delivers his I have a dream speech.