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Whitney Wyatt/The Red River Sun—
CHILDRESS – The Monson Music Studio of Childress students performed at the Afternoon Delight Jamboree Recital at the Calvary Baptist Church sanctuary on Sunday, July 26.
Students Alanis Billings, Ashlynn Peters, Lilyana Rodriguez, Heather Peters, Lacy Teichroeb, Kaylee Wiebe, Summer Neufeld, Landon Teichroeb, Selah Smith, Saylee Ochoa, Jayleigh Garrison, Emma Britten, Aria Parr and Ben Souder performed in the recital. Monson Music Studio of Childress owner Gerald Monson said Athena Stingel was not able to make the recital.
Monson said he also presented awards at the recital. Landon received the Most Progress for Beginning Guitar award. The Most Improvement Guitar award was shared by Souder and Wiebe. Billings took home the Most Progress for Beginning Vocal award, and Neufeld received the Most Improvement Vocal award.
It was originally schedule on May 17 at the Palace Theatre, but Monson said he had to reschedule because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Unlike past years, no refreshments were served following the recital.