High school students selected for district honor band

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October 29, 2008 at 3:06 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

High school students selected for district honor band
The following Hahnville High School band students were selected to participate in the 2008-2009 Senior High District Honor Band. They will perform at a concert in January 2009.

They are : Flute - Andrew Sandoz, Franziska Wagner; Clarinet: Megan Gonzales, Elizabeth Suss. Bass Clarinet - Trevell Alexander, Philip Petit. Contra-Bass Clarinet - Brock Barlow. Trumpet - Paul Hymel, Allie Petit, Lauryn DesChamps. French Horn - Daniel Terrebonne, Nathan Aupied. Trombone - Caleb Lampert. Percussion - Michael Bell, Matthew Petit, Carissa Marston and Jared Bosco.

Caleb Lampert and Trevell Alexander were also selected to participate in the 2008 All-State Symphonic Band, and Paul Hymel was selected to participate in the 2008 All-State Concert Band. They will perform at a concert in November in Baton Rouge.

Pictured are: front row (l to r) Allie Petit, Carissa Marston and Elizabeth Suss. Back row (l to r) Michael Bell, Trevell Alexander, Matthew Petit, Daniel Terrebonne, Philip Petit, Paul Hymel, Caleb Lampert, Megan Gonzales, Franziska Wagner, Jared Bosco, Lauryn DesChamps, Andrew Sandoz and Nathan Aupied. Not Pictured is Brock Barlow.




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