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Plum High performs in Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival at Highlands

Michael DiVittorio
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Plum High School marching band participated in this year’s Alle-Kiski Valley Band Festival at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium in Natrona Heights Sept. 18.
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Michael DiVittorio | Tribune-Review
Plum High School drum major Shawn Gibson leads students in a performance of Queen songs in this year’s Alle-Kiski Valley Band Festival at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium in Natrona Heights Sept. 18.
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Michael DiVittorio | Tribune-Review
Plum High School marching band participated in this year’s Alle-Kiski Valley Band Festival at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium in Natrona Heights Sept. 18.

Plum High School was one of nearly a dozen school districts that participated in this year’s Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival.

The 73rd annual event took place Sept. 18 at Highlands School District’s Golden Rams Stadium.

Plum’s performance included hits from the iconic rock band Queen such as “Bicycle Race,” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

Plum was one of the larger groups in the festival.

The band is under the direction of Bethany Loy with assistant directors Michael Buckstein and Meaghan Masyako.

Student leaders include drum majors Shawn Gibson and Melanie Schultz, majorette captains Lizzie Goodlin, Gianna Marasco and Leah Rim, dance team captains Kelsey Baranowski and Allyson Harrison, and color guard captains Cameron Corrigan, Cara Gettings, Priscilla Jones and Alyssa Slane.

Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Michael at 412-871-2367, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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