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Kaitlyn Jones

When asked, “Would you rather be able to play the lightest instrument in the world or the saxophone?” Kaitlyn Jones sticks to the saxophone. Kaitlyn believes that there are a variety of choices when it comes to playing the saxophone. In her words, “It’s different. It’s weird. It’s funky, and I love playing it.” In fact, Kaitlyn plans to audition for the marching band when she attends Iowa State University for a degree in aerospace engineering. The reasoning behind choosing aerospace engineering is her dream to work for NASA. A random fun fact about Kaitlyn is that her favorite letter in the alphabet is O. She likes the fact that it is unified and perfectly round.

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