Madison has many talents
Madison has many talents
By Dave Merchant email@example.com
Chelsea’s Madison Brodeur is a busy and popular senior with a lot of activities including the orchestra.
Madison’s activities include:
Key Club, Chelsea House Orchestra, Fiddle Club, National Honor Society member, VP of the Chelsea High School Symphony Orchestra, Co-Leader in Diversity Club, Link Crew Leader, Tennis, Community Volunteer, MYLead Conference Alumni, and participant in State Solo & Ensemble Festival.
Big moments in academics and for her include: “Inducted into the National Honor Society, numerous Top Dog & Brass Pass CHS Awards, various State Solo-Ensemble rating 1 medals, & obtainment of Academic Letter,” Madison Brodeur said. Also being named Class Orator during the Michigan State Police Student Academy & receiving a scholarship for the nomination and being crowned the 2018 Chelsea Community Fair Queen & also receiving a scholarship for that. nomination.
Her favorite subject is English and her favorite teacher is Mr. Adam French. Her favorite classes are Creative Writing, Civil War, & Debate. She loves Classic Rock Drawing, Gardening, Cooking, Crochet, and Spreading Happiness.
Her parents are Joe & Rosie Brodeur. Her older sister is Hanna (2017 Chelsea High School graduate) and her little brothers are
Joseph 6th grade and Dominic 3rd grade.
She has big dreams: “Pursue a college education or possibly enlist in the military to travel,” she said. “But first and foremost, to be happy for the rest of my time in this world & to bring that joy to others.”
Her life has had important influences in it. “My awesome family, a variety of teachers from kindergarten to 12th grade, & the powerful lifelong experiences that were brought into my life during these programs,” she said. “This includes two sessions at the Michigan State Police Student Academies, two sessions of the MYLead Program, & the Girls All State Program sponsored by the American Legion.”
Her advice to fellow musicians is pretty awesome: “When you have the opportunity to play, whether for one person or 100, take it. Music has an amazing ability to bring any age together,” she said. ”Stories are told through music without saying a word. Music can create a strong resonance with everyone, especially when performed with a smile on your face & glitter in your hair. Go out & find your song to play to the world, for there is one for everyone if only we listen.”
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