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Schools & Students published Nov. 22, 2022

News about educational achievements among students from west central Minnesota.

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Willmar High School had eight students selected for the Central Lakes Conference all-conference jazz ensembles.
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CLC Jazz Ensembles

Willmar High School had eight students selected for the Central Lakes Conference all-conference jazz ensembles. The students were selected based upon nominations from the CLC band directors. The two all-conference jazz ensembles performed in concert Oct. 24 at Sauk Rapids-Rice High School. The guest clinician was Russ Peterson from Concordia College in Moorhead.

Willmar students were Evan Wallestad, Kadin Brabender, Joshua Jensen, Jonathan Ritz, Grace Bjur, Miguel Garcia, Jared Barrera, and Ingrid Bunn.

Palmer College of Chiropractic

Named to the summer semester dean’s list with a GPA of 3.5 or higher at the Davenport, Iowa, school was:

Montevideo: Taner Gimberlin

Gustavus Adolphus College

“Christmas in Christ Chapel” will be presented Dec. 2-4 at the St. Peter school. The production includes more than 350 performers and it combines music, dance and theatrical presentations. Participating as a member of the Chapel Choir is:

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Willmar: Emily Morris

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