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Congratulations are in order for the Washington Park Panthers choirs after they placed at and near the top at two separate competitions.
During the state Solo/Ensemble contest May 7 at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, the Women’s Concert Chorale Vocal Jazz; Vocal Ensemble Madrigal; and Vocal Ensemble Show Choir all earned gold medals. Solo singers grabbed gold as well:
- Noah Chartrand
- Kayla Saavedra
- Ashley Hubrich
- Catherine Brooks
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