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Brass ensemble visits WMS

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The Copper Street Brass quintet, a Twin Cities-based group, plays for Worthington Middle School students Tuesday afternoon. The Copper Street Brass quintet is made up of Alex Wolff (left), Tim Bradley, Nick Adragna, Corbin Dillon and Allison Hall. The ensemble was able to come to the middle school with funding from a Southwest Minnesota Arts Council grant and worked with fifth-, sixth- and seventh-grade classes all morning. (Jesse Trelstad/Daily Globe)
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