Princeton students who performed in the 27th annual America Sings Festival in Washington, D.C., are, from left: front row – Emily Bare, Aidan Strickland, Madison Edwards, Ansley Parker, Kali Santos, music Hollie Heller, Jillian Malham, Alexis Reliford, Larah Gurley, Sandy Rodriguez and Brittney Sisson; middle row – AJ Moore, Jordyn Luchtman, Ashley Pollard, Kelsey Woodring, Nia Crawford, Gracie Snipes, Michaela Radford, Kayla Weaver, Emily Peterson and Mikalah Dale; and back row – Ricky Hernandez, Sierra King, Haylie Heller, Sydney Norris, RJ Heller, Amber Fox, Mackenzie Larsen, Autumn Autry and Jessica Malagon-Meza.
Princeton students who performed in the 27th annual America Sings Festival in Washington, D.C., are, from left: front row – Emily Bare, Aidan Strickland, Madison Edwards, Ansley Parker, Kali Santos, music Hollie Heller, Jillian Malham, Alexis Reliford, Larah Gurley, Sandy Rodriguez and Brittney Sisson; middle row – AJ Moore, Jordyn Luchtman, Ashley Pollard, Kelsey Woodring, Nia Crawford, Gracie Snipes, Michaela Radford, Kayla Weaver, Emily Peterson and Mikalah Dale; and back row – Ricky Hernandez, Sierra King, Haylie Heller, Sydney Norris, RJ Heller, Amber Fox, Mackenzie Larsen, Autumn Autry and Jessica Malagon-Meza. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS
Princeton students who performed in the 27th annual America Sings Festival in Washington, D.C., are, from left: front row – Emily Bare, Aidan Strickland, Madison Edwards, Ansley Parker, Kali Santos, music Hollie Heller, Jillian Malham, Alexis Reliford, Larah Gurley, Sandy Rodriguez and Brittney Sisson; middle row – AJ Moore, Jordyn Luchtman, Ashley Pollard, Kelsey Woodring, Nia Crawford, Gracie Snipes, Michaela Radford, Kayla Weaver, Emily Peterson and Mikalah Dale; and back row – Ricky Hernandez, Sierra King, Haylie Heller, Sydney Norris, RJ Heller, Amber Fox, Mackenzie Larsen, Autumn Autry and Jessica Malagon-Meza. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

Princeton Elementary students sing in Washington, D.C.

June 07, 2016 12:04 PM

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