Left to Right: Sarah Wood, Trinity School; Gina Gore, Cathedral School; Bill Gordh, The Episcopal School; Arden Strasser, St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s; Rodney Rice, Trinity School; Alison Turner, St. Thomas Choir School; Mark Hummell, Grace Church School.
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