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lege. If you tune to C-SPAN2 you can occasionally see Surprenant. » The Conner High School Chamber Choir will perform at two prestigious events in early 2018 – the Kentucky Music Educators Association State Professional Development Conference in Louisville on Feb. 8, and the premiere Music for All National Choir Festival in Indianapolis on March 15-17. The choir was selected through a recorded audition by a panel of world-renowned choral conductors to be one of the charter groups of the Music For All National Choir Festival, and by a separate committee of distinguished Kentucky educators to be featured during the 60th

Annual KMEA Professional Development Conference. For its Kentucky performance, the Chamber Choir will travel to Louisville to perform a featured concert in the Cathedral of the Assumption, with the state’s assembled music educators serving as an audience. They will be one of only three high school choirs to perform at this event, with six other choirs being chosen from university music programs, elementary and middle schools, as well as professional choirs.

Mrs. Theresa Kaufman’s fifth grade class meet with their first grade buddies from Mrs. Jill Stratman’s class at St. Joseph, Cold spring. The two groups just completed an art project for their art teacher, Mrs. Susie Kahmann. PROVIDED/LINDA GABIS

St. Joseph School » Fostering love, respect, and unity through working together has long been a tradition at St. Joseph, Cold Spring. One of the ways this is achieved is through the First and Fifth Grade Buddy Pro-

gram. The two grades gather together several times during the school year and work together as buddies. Susie Kahmann, the school’s art teacher, developed an art

project that would bring the two grades together. After the fifth grade students created butterflies, they helped their first grade buddies put the finishing touches on their caterpillar art project.

The older students demonstrated that they are more than ready to assume their place as role models to the younger students providing guidance, support and assistance as they completed the project together.

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