Moultrie Observer


April 10, 2012

ABAC students selected for All-College honors

TIFTON — Seventeen students from the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College music program were recently selected for 2012 All-College Band and Chorus honors, as well as, participation in the Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) In-Service Conference in Savannah.

ABAC Music Program Director Don Coates said Kwame Paige, a music major from Valdosta, serves as president of the ABAC student chapter of the GMEA and was one of the All-College selections.  GMEA includes over 4,100 teachers in the areas of band, orchestra, choir, general music and piano from elementary to college level.

Other ABAC students selected for All-College honors included Maria Barber, a music major from Tifton; Lindsey Beach, a music major from Tifton; Joseph Bishop, a music major from Fitzgerald; Ashley Connolly, a music major from Tifton; Scarlett Eirish, a music major from Tifton; Kevin Frizell, a chemistry major from Tifton; Daniel Gibson, a music major from Ty Ty; and Kezia Green, a music major from Sylvester.

Other students selected were Chandler Hill, a music major from Adel; Brian Holland, a music major from Fitzgerald; Margaret Huckeba, an early childhood education major from Coolidge; Patrick Ireland, an English major from Tifton; Katelyn Payne, a music major from Moultrie; Alena Phillips, a music major from Richmond Hill; Bri Rogers, a music major from Tifton; and Ethan Smith, an undeclared major from Sylvester.

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