Band plays concert

Ian Bateman, left, Hailey Boser, Emily Jacobs, Mark Ferguson, Ian Ferguson and Andrew Jacobs work the horn section during the band concert at Diamond Willow Middle School June 11. Approximately 75 people took in the concert, which consisted of big band tunes, Elvis song and classics like Amazing Grace.

  • Jun. 18, 2008 4:00 p.m.

TIFFANY WILLIAMS/Ponoka News

Ian Bateman, left, Hailey Boser, Emily Jacobs, Mark Ferguson, Ian Ferguson and Andrew Jacobs work the horn section during the band concert at Diamond Willow Middle School June 11. Approximately 75 people took in the concert, which consisted of big band tunes, Elvis song and classics like Amazing Grace. The band, made up of students from Ponoka Elementary, Diamond Willow Middle School and Ponoka Composite High School, entertained the crowd with perfect sounds and everyone had a great time.

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