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Ava Hosts the SCA Honor Band

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Ava Pride Band directors. Mr. & Mrs. Sacco are all smiles with the guest clinicians, Doug and Cassie Rice.

Ava Pride Band directors. Mr. & Mrs. Sacco are all smiles with the guest clinicians, Doug and Cassie Rice.

Ava Pride Band directors. Mr. & Mrs. Sacco are all smiles with the guest clinicians, Doug and Cassie Rice.

Ava Pride Band directors. Mr. & Mrs. Sacco are all smiles with the guest clinicians, Doug and Cassie Rice.

Jennifer Withers

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Life is a song and love is the music. What do you get when you mix the month of love with a band of the most talented musicians in the conference? On Saturday, February 6, musicians from all over the south central area gathered to give a heart-warming performance led by clinicians Mr. Doug and Mrs. Cassie Rice. During the day, both middle school and high school bands practiced, practiced, practiced until they couldn’t practice one bit more! The hard day’s work paid off during the evening performance where both bands played pieces full of energy, emotion and passion.

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