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By Kim Underwood. One day, Adam Joiner, who teaches band at Jefferson Middle, and Matt Liner, who teaches band at Meadowlark Middle, were talking about ways to encourage students to practice more at home. One possibility that came up was starting a band class for parents at night. That way parents would have a much better sense of what their children would be going through as they learned to play an instrument, and parents and students could practice together at home. Joiner decided to start such a band, and, toward the end of summer, he put the word out to everyone in the Jefferson Middle School family. And, some nights, a professional musician might show up, too. One of the parents in the band is Jule Banzet.
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