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Fort Gibson

January 28, 2014

Medal winner

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Kaitlyn Lundy, an eighth-grader at Fort Gibson, performed with the Oklahoma Music Educators Association All-State Children's Choir at the Tulsa Civic Center recently at the OMEA conference. The concert was directed by conductor Francisco Nunez of New York City. Kaitlyn received a medal for auditioning and making the choir for three consecutive years. Kaitlyn is the daughter of Jeff Lundy and Mandy Lundy. Andrea Denison is her choir teacher at Fort Gibson.

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