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APW Places Third in Winterguard Home Show

The recent Winterguard Home Show hosted by the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown School District brought together teams from all over the Central New York Region in a spectacular evening of entertainment. Blending, dance, drama and military precision, the Winterguard teams competed with one another for the top honors in the event. The performance by the APW team was a stunning theatrical production of Alice in Wonderland, featuring seniors Ashlae Harding as Alice, and Rebecca Lovelace as the Mad Hatter. The APW team earned third place honors in their division for their spectacular performance. Pictured are the members of the APW team, front row, left to right: Ashlae Harding as Alice; and Rebecca Lovelace as Mad Hatter; 2nd row: Briann Bristol; Mary Cronk; Taylor Fletcher; Toni Bush; and Angel Cutler. 3rd row: Andrea Priest; Jenna Cramer; Lisa Hopkins; Morgan Sobtka; Maggie Cooper; Lyn Xedis; and Samantha Giamella. 4th row: Mara Mensch; Sarah Fletcher; Katie VanAuken; Mariah Betts; and Ashley Cleveland. Coaches for the team (not pictured) are Danielle Wert, Lynn Booth, Melinda Horning, and Gary Smith.

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  1. That was the best year for me; but it didnt really work out with me beating myself up and gettimg a broken wrist from it: but i hope i come back to have more fun!!!!!

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