San Manuel High School band is back and performing

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Small bur ever growing, the San Manuel High School Band is BACK! Photo by Jasmine Smith

  Yay! The band is back!

  Under the direction of Miss Laura Galbus, the San Manuel High School marching band made its debut performance at the homecoming football game, and returned for Senior Night on Oct. 27. The band contributed an added element of school spirit and helped the crowd cheer on the Miners.

  Come see the concert band perform its holiday concert Dec. 21 at 7 p.m.

#minerpride

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