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Georgia Southern singers take honors at National Association of Teachers state auditions

On Feb. 16 and 17, the Georgia chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing held its national auditions at Clayton State University in Morrow, Ga. Five Georgia Southern voice students took placed during the competition: Ashley Rivera, student of Dr. Arikka Gregory, took third place in division; Jillian Pashke, also a student of Dr. Gregory, too first place in division; Erreka Reed, student of Dr. Allen Henderson, took third place in division and Joshua DeVane, student of Dr. Kyle Hancock, took first place overall.

Also competing were Summer LaFavor, student of Dr. Gregory; Robert Figueroa, David Hopkins and Nick Flott, students of Dr. Henderson; and Shawna Felkel and Brittan Coughlin, student of Mrs. Sarah Hancock.

In addition, Chas Wilson, a Southeast Bulloch High School senior and student of Dr. Henderson, took second place in his overall category.

Dr. Karla Rocker and Melana Chasteen served as accompanists.

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