St. Andrew's Community Feast benefits tornado victims

Glenwood-Glenelg Column

Glenwood-Glenelg

May 26, 2011|By Leslie Bauer

St. Andrew's Church will hold its monthly Community Feast tonight, May 26, from 6 to 8 p.m.

This month's menu will be Italian. Proceeds from this dinner will go toward the Alabama tornado relief effort. The meal is donated by Smokin' Hot Catering, and takes place at the church, located at 2892 Route 97, in Glenwood, between the post office and Union Chapel Road. The whole community is welcome to come, so take the night off from cooking! Dine-in or carry-out is available. The cost is $9 per person or $30 max per family. For questions about the dinner, call Lynne Quinn at 410-442-5445 or email lynnequinn@comcast.net.

Band students at Dayton Oaks Elementary School have been busy rehearsing their music and preparing for several upcoming spring performances. The first of those is tonight, when Dayton Oaks Elementary School hosts their annual Spring Concert featuring the band, jazz band and chorus. This free concert will begin at 7 p.m. in the Dayton Oaks Elementary School cafeteria.

On June 6, members of both the West Friendship and Dayton Oaks elementary schools combined band, are excited to have been invited to perform a piece at the Folly Quarter Middle School Spring Jazz Concert, also beginning at 7 p.m. Performing in this concert allows the elementary school students to perform for a larger crowd and get a glimpse of what it is like to be a part of the middle school band. This concert will take place in the Folly Quarter Middle School cafeteria. Admission is free.

In preparation for these upcoming concerts, the Dayton Oaks band students have been working really hard learning their scales by memory. A sampling of students who have been recognized for learning the different scales include: Named as Chromatic Scale stars: fifth grade: Lauren Morris, flute; Alicia Whye, clarinet; Brandon Upchurch, alto sax; Harrison Wu, trumpet; Brandon Upchurch, tenor saxophone; Bella Marcelino, bells; and Christopher Boxall, bells; fourth grade: Kayleigh Geibel, percussion; Matthew Messer, trombone; Rachel Ball, flute; and Emily Quisenberry, flute; and grade three, Amy Waddington, trumpet.

Concert C Major Scale Stars include fifth grade: Lauren Morris, flute; Brandon Upchurch, alto sax and tenor sax; Harrison Wu, trumpet; Bella Marcelino, bells; and Christopher Boxall, bells; fourth grade: Kayleigh Geibel, bells; Rachel Ball, flute; and Emily Quisenberry, flute; and third grade, Amy Waddington, trumpet; and Claire Waddington, French horn.

Concert G Major Scale stars include fifth grade: Lauren Morris, flute; Brandon Upchurch, tenor sax; and Harrison Wu, trumpet; Alicia Whye, clarinet; Christopher Boxall, bells; and Bella Marcelino, bells; fourth grade Kayleigh Geibel, bells; Rachel Ball, flute; and Emily Quisenberry, flute; and third grade, Amy Waddington, trumpet.

Students learning the Concert F Major Scale include: Fifth grade — Brandon Upchurch, alto and tenor sax; Lauren Morris, flute; Harrison Wu, trumpet, Alicia Whye, clarinet; Bella Marcelino, bells; and Christopher Boxall, bells. Fourth grade – Amy Steinhorn, clarinet; Lizzy Holliday, French horn; Amy Waddington, trumpet; Jackson Stepherson, trumpet; Eric Robinson, trumpet; Colby Higgins, trumpet; Rachel Ball, flute and Emily Quisenberry, flute.

In addition to the above individuals who received recognition for learning individual scales, the following students have been named Super Scale Stars for performing nine major scales and the chromatic scale, all at one time by memory: Christopher Boxall, on bells; Bella Marcelino, on bells; Harrison Wu, on trumpet; Amy Waddington, on trumpet; and Brandon Upchurch, on tenor saxophone.

The Glenelg High School Booster's Club will host its annual golf outing June 6 at the Cattail Creek Country Club. The event will feature a 1 p.m. shotgun start, lunch, beverages along the course and dinner with an open bar. The cost for the day is $150 per player, and proceeds will benefit Glenelg High School academic and athletic programs. Registration is limited to the first 100 golfers. Interested players may register at GHSGolfOutings.com or by calling the school's front office at 410-313-5528.

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