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Leavenworth Band and Choir Trip 2023: Where Friendships Bloom

Every year, the Cavelero bands and choirs take their annual trip to Leavenworth during the Leavenworth Tree Lighting Festival. This year, the two groups went to the festival on December 8th, 2023, and got to sing, play, and build some friendships together.

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  • Casper Reveles shares their chocolate with Allison Moore when they run into each other outside of a candy shop in Leavenworth on December 8th, 2023 (Liah Campbell).

  • (From left to right) Band members Lotus Gonzales Anton, Allison Moore, and Natalie Stowell go to support their friend, Taya Hampton, in her clarinet solo for the Cavelero Choir. Stowell says, “I watched it because she’s my best friend and band kids support other band kids and I wanted to be there for her.” (Liah Campbell).

  • Wren Nackos shares her cotton candy with Callie Maze before their performance. Nackos says, “I know it sounds a little corny, but I feel the little things you share with others really impact relationships and bonds with others… Also, it just feels good to share things I love with other people.” (Liah Campbell).

  • Allison Moore shares her drink with Avery Schildt after running into each other in Leavenworth on December 8th, 2023. Moore states that “friendship means sharing with the ones who you care the most about” (Liah Campbell).

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Liah Campbell, Journalist
Hi, my name is Liah. I am a 9th-grade journalist at Cavelero mid-high. I am in the school wind ensemble and I also play for our school soccer team. Outside of school, I like playing soccer, reading, or practicing my flute. I also enjoy playing volleyball with my sister in the backyard.

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