People of Fenton: senior Resse Strawsburg

%E2%80%9CI+have+been+playing+the+alto+saxophone+since+sixth+grade%2C+as+well+as+ukulele%2C+and+soprano+and+bari+sax.+Once+I+started+taking+lessons+in+8th+grade%2C+I+just+fell+in+love+with+music+and+wanted+to+be+as+involved+as+possible.+Being+in+the+band+gave+me+a+home+in+the+high+school+and+a+supportive+community+I+knew+I+could+be+myself+in.+I+plan+on+marching+at+Western+Michigan+University+in+the+fall+and+hope+to+join+additional+music+groups+throughout+my+college+career.+My+advice+to+anyone+entering+the+program+is+to+take+every+opportunity+to+look+for+the+positives+and+appreciate+everything+it+has+to+offer.+My+fondest+memories+come+from+the+music+program%2C+and+it+really+is+over+before+you+know+it.%E2%80%9D+-+senior+Reese+Strawsburg%0A

“I have been playing the alto saxophone since sixth grade, as well as ukulele, and soprano and bari sax. Once I started taking lessons in 8th grade, I just fell in love with music and wanted to be as involved as possible. Being in the band gave me a home in the high school and a supportive community I knew I could be myself in. I plan on marching at Western Michigan University in the fall and hope to join additional music groups throughout my college career. My advice to anyone entering the program is to take every opportunity to look for the positives and appreciate everything it has to offer. My fondest memories come from the music program, and it really is over before you know it.” - senior Reese Strawsburg

Cameron Carlson, Writer