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City employee leaving to pursue Air Force career

June 10, 2013

Justin Estes learned how to play the piano in a day.
He was 13 at the time, and he had never touched the instrument in any serious way before.
“I had a wild hair that I wanted to play the piano,” Estes said from his office at West Point City Hall on Monday. “I got a keyboard for Christmas that year, and I began reading the music books.”

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