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Virginia Parlato column: Mishicot to honor Hall of Fame inductees

5:37 PM, Feb. 1, 2013
Mishicot High School band students, from left (in red shirt), Alex Herman, Brianna Ahumada, Gina Finnel, Paige Owen and Melissa LeCaptain recently were selected to join the Olympian Conference Honors Band Concert at Brillion High School. Kevin Collins, left, director of bands at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, was the guest conductor. Collins is also the former professor of Mishicot's band teacher, Charlie Simon, right.
Mishicot High School band students, from left (in red shirt), Alex Herman, Brianna Ahumada, Gina Finnel, Paige Owen and Melissa LeCaptain recently were selected to join the Olympian Conference Honors Band Concert at Brillion High School. Kevin Collins, left, director of bands at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, was the guest conductor. Collins is also the former professor of Mishicot's band teacher, Charlie Simon, right.
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Mishicot High School Principal Tom Ellenbecker invites members of the community to join the school in honoring the new inductees to the Hall of Fame - Marilyn Rohr, Otto Schultz and Bonnita Budysz.

One way to preserve our history and recognize community members and alumni contributions was to create a community Hall of Fame. In 2008, the students decided to have three categories of recognition. The community is able to nominate people in the categories of community service, professional development, and exceptional talent such as in athletics, academics and fine arts.

The school's third ...

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