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Munrow, Prebble, Hoehler, Price given band honor cords

2019-12-02 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Four band students who are graduating this semester were recognized and given band honor cords at Sunday's Winter Concert. Tim Munrow, Kristen Hoehler, Callie Price, and Keaton Prebble will earn their degrees in less than two weeks at Lindsey's December graduation ceremonies. Director Tim Allen said in addition to their talent as musicians, "Words that come to mind that might best describe these students are: respectful, honest, helpful, personable, loyal, hard-working, dedicated, and most importantly, responsible. These qualities will take you four a long way in this world and I know that you will be a success at whatever you choose to do. Congratulations to you on your upcoming graduation from Lindsey Wilson College."

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