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Young musicians shine at Kiwanis Music Festival

Some 125 individual competitors participated in the 2012 Elmira and District Kiwanis Music Festival, from Apr. 16-19 at Woodside Bible Chapel, with the final concert on Apr. 21. The competitors were joined by choirs from Park Manor and John Mahood Public School, as well as a band from Emanuel Christian School in Fergus. The winners in each category are as follows:

The Myrtle Wilfong Memorial Trophy and $200 Scholarship for Senior Piano: Madeline Weber

The Jack Price Memorial Scholarship of $100 for Senior Piano: Will Allen

Scholarships of $50 for Senior Piano: Nia Kang, Abigail Hamann, Thomas Chapman, Sonya Martin, Cassia Deering, Danielle Johnson, Noah Steinmann, Ciaran Fast-Sittler
The Elmira Kinnettes Trophy and Scholarship for $150 for Junior Piano: Tony Domzella

Scholarship of $75 for Junior Piano: Irian Fast-Sittler

Scholarships of $50 for Junior Piano: Savannah Weber, Alice Wang, Sam Domzella, Michelle Lin, Mercedes Weber, Jasmine Thuroo, Ryan Woo, Roselynn Metzger, Matthew Beaudoin-Hayes, Cameron Beaudoin-Hayes, Connor Koster, Jaron Bowman

Scholarships of $50 for Strings & Flute: Grant Mundell, Shannon Metzger and Aidan Reid

Scholarships of $50 for Vocal: Linde Nabrotzky, Jodie Gunn, Jasmine Thuroo

Adjudicators:
Strings & Wood: Kelly Parkins-Lindstrom
Senior Piano: Janet Fothergill
Junior Piano: Clayton Scott
Voice: Bethany Horst

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