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Park Rapids students participate in Honor Band

Park Rapids High School band students attended the Minnesota Band Directors Association's Regional Honor Band Festival Jan. 12 in Fergus Falls. Students were the northwest region were nominated by their school band directors to participate in the...

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Park Rapids High School band students attended the Minnesota Band Directors Association's Regional Honor Band Festival Jan. 12 in Fergus Falls. Students were the northwest region were nominated by their school band directors to participate in the one-day event. Pictured, front, from left, are Collin Hoyt, Maeve Bolton, Emily Worner, Jacob Zinniel and Matt Lichter. Back row: Band director John Cook, Pierce Paulson, Daniel Neubauer, Jonathon Worner and Bode Lee. (Submitted photo)

Park Rapids High School band students attended the Minnesota Band Directors Association's Regional Honor Band Festival Jan. 12 in Fergus Falls. Students were the northwest region were nominated by their school band directors to participate in the one-day event. Pictured, front, from left, are Collin Hoyt, Maeve Bolton, Emily Worner, Jacob Zinniel and Matt Lichter. Back row: Band director John Cook, Pierce Paulson, Daniel Neubauer, Jonathon Worner and Bode Lee.

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