Students Give a Note-Worthy Performance at PMEA Festival

Mia Kobylski, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

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Seniors Miranda Shaffer and Justin Feild decorate the Auditorium Lobby with blue and silver balloons - the PMEA colors.
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Mia Kobylski, Editor-in-Chief

Senior Mia Kobylski has been on the Courier staff for three years. She plays on the varsity tennis team and participates in Best Buds, Student Council, and French Club. Outside of school, she enjoys spending time with her friends, reading, and working at Starbucks.

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