Three Grove City High School alumni who major in music education will perform with Westminster College Concert Choir at 3 p.m. April 23 in Wallace Memorial Chapel on the New Wilmington-based campus.

Allison Henley, daughter of Donald and Nancy Henley of Grove City, is a junior music education major.

Darci Kuhlber, daughter of David and Diana Kuhlber of Grove City, is a senior music education major.

Ian Turner, son of C. David Turner and Sharon Turner, both of Grove City, is a freshman music education major.

•A pair of music education majors will perform Opera Westminster’s production of “Magically Mozart” at 7 p.m. April 21 in Orr Auditorium on the New Wilmington-based college’s campus.

Jill Darby, daughter of John and Joni Darby of Hermitage is a junior music and a homeschooling graduate.

Stephanie Witzorreck, daughter of Arnold and Kathy Witzorreck of Jamestown, is a freshman and a Jamestown Area High School alumna.

•Five local residents were inducted into Kappa Mu Epsilon national mathematics interest organization at Westminster College in New Wilmington. To qualify, students must hold a grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a scale of 4 and be enrolled in a mathematics class.

Amber Bollard, daughter of Tim and Brenda Bollard of Jamestown, is a freshman and a Jamestown High School alumna.

John Cochran, son of James and Catherine Cochran of Pulaski, is a sophomore; and Colin Dean, son of Charles and Jane Dean of Volant, a junior. They are Wilmington High School alumni.

Samantha Leipheimer, daughter of John and Sandra Leipheimer of New Wilmington, is a sophomore and a graduate of Zama American High School.

Andrew Slane, son of Michael Slane of New Wilmington, is a sophomore and a Logan High School alumnus.

Ms. Bollard, Cochran and Ms. Lepheimer are mathematics majors; and Dean and Slane major in computer science.

•A graduate of Kennedy Catholic High School in Hermitage will perform as part of “Stretch” jazz trio at 7:30 p.m. Thursday4/20 in McKelvey Campus Center’s Berlin Lounge on the campus of Westminster College in New Wilmington.

James “JP” Scanga, son of James and Kimberly Scanga of Sharpsville, will perform on bass. He is a freshman music education major at the college.

Jazz compositions by those including Joe Henderson, John Coltrane, Thelonius Monk and Antonio Carlos Jobim. The group will also premier several small works written specifically for this performance by Scanga.

Steve Marks, a private music teacher from Hermitage, will play drums.

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