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    Kings Mountain District Schools bands will be well represented this week-
end in the South Central District All-State Band. Thirteen students from
Kings Mountain Middle and High School were selected to the band based on
an individual audition at North Gaston High School January 6. Pictured above
are (top photo) Middle School Honors Band members Charlotte Fulton, left,
and Anna George; (middle photo), KMHS Honors Band members Emily
Anthony, Matt Parker, Cindy Ross and Will Mauney (front row, left to right)
and Jim Miller, Joe Page and Christie Hughes (second row, left to right); and
(lower photo), High School Honors Band students Ron F eemster, left, and
Cecilia Henderson. Not pictured, Jacob Moschler.
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Kings Mountain High School
and Middle School will play host
to over 300 visiting bandsmen and
over 100 directors at the All-
District Band Clinic January 26-27.
Approximately 75 schools will
be represented at the two-day clin-
ic. The clinic will begin Friday
morning and conclude with a pub-
lic concert at 3 p.m. in Barnes
Auditorium.
Features of the clinic include a
directors luncheon on Friday, a stu-
dent and directors barbecue supper
on Friday, featuring a performance
by a directors jazz band, and the
evening concert on Saturday.
Conductors for the Middle
School Honors Band will be
Debbie O. Jordan from Charleston,
SC. Gil R. Doggett will conduct
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the High School 9-10 Honors
Band, and Dr. Stan DeJarnett of
Atlanta, Ga., will conduct the High
School 11-12 Honor Band.
The concert on Saturday is free
and open to the public, and will be
professionally recorded by Design
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Clinic chairman Chris Cole an-
ticipates a large turnout for
Saturday's concert. "This is an op-
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Thursday, January 25, 1996 - THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD - Page 3B
t district band clinic
portunity to have the best musi-
cians the South Central District has
to offer," he said.
The South Central District
Clinic is one of six band clinics
held at various locations all over
North Carolina. All of these are
sponsored by the band directors di-
vision of the North Carolina Music
Education Association.
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