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David Allen Wagner, Jr. was home schooled through high school, and now attends college locally taking pre-dental requirements. David has taken five years of cello and has enjoyed playing with a youth orchestra and various ensembles. When the band was forming, he made the finishing touch by bringing in the bass fiddle. His interests include music, riding his horse "Sierra," physical fitness, snow skiing, marksmanship, flying, and operating heavy equipment on the farm.

 Dianne Michelle Wagner is being home schooled through high school. Dianne has been studying violin for six years and plays in a youth Symphony. When she realized the mandolin had the same strings as the violin, it was instantly added to her collection of instruments. She enjoys the piano, accordion, guitar, oboe, her banjo, and a 1920's field drum. When she is alone and quiet, it is usually because she is drawing. She loves to do art, play music, snow ski, ride horses, and is presently working with her 2Ĺ year old palomino "Trigger."

 John Franklin Wagner is being home schooled through high school. John studied piano and cello, but it was only when his Aunt Debbie taught him the song "Wagon Wheels" on the ukelele did he start getting excited over an instrument. When he picked up his dadís guitar and started making it sing, everyone knew what his instrument was! He started out playing songs with his brother, Benjamin. He loves to spend time outside, wilderness survival, camping, snow skiing, and riding his horse, "Gator."

 Jillionna Ashlynne Bailey goes to Bailey Prep school. Jillee has studied hammered dulcimer for six years. She currently is the principal harpist in two orchestras, a youth and adult, and was a guest harpist in a Philharmonic. Recently, she and her sister, Josianne, won second place in a Young Artist Solo competition, and first place in another Youth Solo competition with Mozart's Concerto in C Major for flute and harp. Jillee also enjoys the piano, guitar, playing with her animals, and riding her horse, "Louisa."

 Josianne Kayleigh Bailey also goes to Bailey Prep school. Josee taught herself how to play banjo, and has now been taking lessons for two years. She is presently the principal flautist in a youth orchestra, and recently, with her sister Jillionna, won second place in a Young Artist Solo competition, and first place in another Youth Solo competition with Mozart's Concerto in C Major for flute and harp. She also won third place on another Youth Solo competition with a solo flute concerto. Josee also enjoys the piano, harp, playing any other musical instruments, snow skiing, playing with her animals, and riding her horse, "Sassy."

 Benjamin Scott Wagner is being home schooled through highschool. Benjamin has been studying violin for four years and has participated in local ensembles. Benjamin studies classical violin but he loves fiddle music! He will always prefer to be outside. Many times youíll find him outside and up in the trees building another platform for his zip lines. He enjoys being on a swim team, repelling, snow skiing, and trail-riding on "Dally."