Three students from Finn Hill Middle School have been selected to perform in the 2018 Junior All-State honor groups. Vocalist Duncan Arnold (left), alto saxophonist Matthew Hopkins and violinist Zoe Starikov will represent Finn Hill in the Junior All-State Honor Concert on Feb. 17, 2018 at the 2018 Washington Music Educators Association conference in Yakima.

Three students from Finn Hill Middle School have been selected to perform in the 2018 Junior All-State honor groups. Vocalist Duncan Arnold (left), alto saxophonist Matthew Hopkins and violinist Zoe Starikov will represent Finn Hill in the Junior All-State Honor Concert on Feb. 17, 2018 at the 2018 Washington Music Educators Association conference in Yakima.

Finn Hill musicians selected for All-State honor groups

The three students will represent Finn Hill in the Junior All-State Honor Concert on Feb. 17, 2018

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Three students from Finn Hill Middle School have been selected to perform in the 2018 Junior All-State honor groups. Vocalist Duncan Arnold, alto saxophonist Matthew Hopkins and violinist Zoe Starikov will represent Finn Hill in the Junior All-State Honor Concert on Feb. 17, 2018 at the 2018 Washington Music Educators Association conference in Yakima.

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