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FEBRUARY 2021 Scholarship Winner - Brenda Krachenberg

April 08, 2021

Brenda Krachenberg

Awarded to Koda from Plymouth, MI
"Koda is a 9th grader in Plymouth. His parents were both voice majors in college and are still active professionally. He is also a competitive dancer with Synergy Dance Company, in Plymouth, and they compete nationally. He’s very musical and will be playing the Mozart Fantasy in D minor as well as the Chopin Nocturne in C# minor in the upcoming Student Achievement Test. He’s very receptive to “how to” suggestions that improve what he’s working on and he gets up early every morning to practice before school."

Brenda Krachenberg - bkrachenberg@gmail.com

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