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2009 Tri-M Music Honor Society Induction and Scholarships

band and orchestra, Cudahy High School

 


On June 2, students at the Cudahy High School were inducted into the Tri-M Music Honors Society.  The Tri-M Music Honor Society, once named the "Modern Music Masters," is the international honor society for music students in senior high school.  It is a program of the Music Educators National Conference, and association of nearly 70,000 music education professionals nationwide who realize the importance of motivating students and recognizing music achievements.


The Cudahy chapter serves the school and community by helping soloists and ensembles perform at school events, giving solo and ensemble performances at local community organizations, and providing ushers and assistance for local music events. Every winter the society goes "Caroling for Cans" to collect food for Project Concern.


To be inducted into the Tri-M Music Honor Society, students must meet GPA requirements, show leadership inside and outside of school, be accomplished and dedicated to making music, and have the recommendation of their music teacher.


This year this organization inducted: Alexandra Coyhis, Maggie Duris, Rebecca Haak, Cassie Keith, Jessica Krueger, Brian Marsolek, Gillian Miner, Samantha Polfer, Derek Puczylowski, Rebecca Shuler, Nicholas Thein, and Teddy Wolter


Six scholarships were also given out. Five seniors received $100 scholarships each:  Kristin Kasper, Joe Caruso, Danielle Dounar, Ethan Wilke, and Audrey Lewis. One senior received a $500 scholarship:  Nate Tratnik

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