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Spaghetti and Music Fill Up Community

On Fri. Jan. 18, music students do their part to give back to the community by hosting their yearly spaghetti dinner. Students involved in choir, band, and orchestra perform in small groups as Tri-M members serve community members delicious plates of spaghetti.

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Spaghetti and Music Fill Up Community

Orchestra students showed their skills as the sound of strings echoed throughout the commons.

Orchestra students showed their skills as the sound of strings echoed throughout the commons.

Orchestra students showed their skills as the sound of strings echoed throughout the commons.

Orchestra students showed their skills as the sound of strings echoed throughout the commons.

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