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Connecticut High School Outstanding Arts Awards recipients


David C. Bryant, principal of Lyman Hall High School, has announced that Samantha Colberg, daughter of Tracy and Richard Colberg, and Kelsey Witik, daughter of Que and Paul Witik, were two of 294 top Connecticut seniors who excel in the arts that were honored at the Connecticut Association of Schools High School Outstanding Arts Awards Banquet that took place on Tuesday, April 8, at the Aqua Turf in Southington.

The students are pictured receiving their awards with Francis Kennedy, President of CAS and Principal of Berlin High School; Edward Cumming, Primrose Fuller Director of Orchestral Activities and Associate Professor of Music, The Hartt School; and Bob Sasena, Jostens Representative. The CAS Outstanding Arts Awards Banquet annually recognizes two seniors in each high school for outstanding ability in the performing or visual arts. The students are chosen by their school to receive this honor. The banquet, with over 1,300 in attendance, is sponsored by Jostens and Bearingstar Insurance.



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