Tuesday, May 5, 2009

You can see it, you can hear it

Amity students have talent in visual and performing arts

Emily Geller and Jacob Zonderman, both seniors at Amity High School in Woodbridge, recently were recognized at the 14th annual Connecticut Association of Schools Outstanding Arts Awards Banquet at the Aqua-Turf Club.

The award is presented to two students from each member school who excel in the performing or visual arts, organizers said.

Geller, who will attend Northeastern University in the fall, received the visual arts award; Zonderman, who will attend Western Connecticut State University and major in music education, received the performing arts award.

Shown in photo, l to r, are: Philip Dolan, band director at Amity High School; Jacob Zonderman, Emily Geller, Brian Flinn, art teacher at Amity High School.

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