Record number of students to play in May

Enumclaw High School had a record number of instrumentalists selected to participate in Pacific University's Music in May program.

Music in May is the oldest musical honor group in the Northwest.

EHS students participating with the band will be Chris Dirth, oboe; Alicia Mulvihill, clarinet; Vaughan Tuohy, alto saxophone; Kaela Ducken, trumpet; Scott Bracken, trombone; and Reece Beigh, trombone.

Performing with the orchestra will be Annie Henry, violin; Jacob Scherr, clarinet; and Nate Chandler, trombone.

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