Ray named JHS Musician of the Month

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Meghan Ray

Meghan Ray has been named the Musician of the Month at Jamestown High School.

Ray, a senior, is heavily involved in the choir and band programs at Jamestown High School., said Brandon Bondley, JHS director of bands.

Ray has auditioned for and been accepted into the Northwest Honor Choir, North Dakota All-State Choir and Regional ACDA Honor Choir. She participates in WDA and State Vocal Festivals, receiving numerous "Star Ratings" on her solos and ensembles. Ray has also participated at the WDA Brass Festival, playing in quintets, quartets and trios. Each year she has performed, she has received numerous Star Ratings,” including an Outstanding Performance n her room on her trumpet quartet in 2018. Currently, she is a member of the concert choir, Blue Jazz (vocal jazz) and wind ensemble at Jamestown High School.

Ray has been drum major of the Blue Jay Marching Band for two years. In addition to her busy schedule, she assists Ken Aune with the sixth grade band at Jamestown Middle School two days a week during the last period of the day. Ray is also involved in the Sophistikix Dance Team at JHS. She is the daughter of Justin and JoAnne Ray.

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