Kelsey Montalto, front row second from left, a YHS junior, was selected to be one of 255 to play with the Bands of America Honor Band at this year’s Rose Parade.
Kelsey Montalto, front row second from left, a YHS junior, was selected to be one of 255 to play with the Bands of America Honor Band at this year’s Rose Parade. Steve Montalto Special to Sierra Star
Kelsey Montalto, front row second from left, a YHS junior, was selected to be one of 255 to play with the Bands of America Honor Band at this year’s Rose Parade. Steve Montalto Special to Sierra Star

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