Seven students from Kenai Middle School were named to the All Northwest Honor Choir. The All Northwest Honor Choir includes students from Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. Participants traveled to Seattle during spring break to work with a choral director. The event culminated with a performance on March 16. The students pictured from left to right are: Kevin Ramos (8th grade), Raleigh VanNaughta (8th), Olivia Brewer (7th), Hunter Fitt (8th), Brittney Gilman (8th), Karl Danielson (8th), and Zach Tuttle (8th).

Seven students from Kenai Middle School were named to the All Northwest Honor Choir. The All Northwest Honor Choir includes students from Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. Participants traveled to Seattle during spring break to work with a choral director. The event culminated with a performance on March 16. The students pictured from left to right are: Kevin Ramos (8th grade), Raleigh VanNaughta (8th), Olivia Brewer (7th), Hunter Fitt (8th), Brittney Gilman (8th), Karl Danielson (8th), and Zach Tuttle (8th).

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