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May 15, 2014
The Town Crier

Registration underway for Adventure Camp:

New this year, residents can register online for Boardman Park Adventure Camp at www.boardmanparkcamp.com, where an account can be created for registration and tracking preferred weeks and payments.

Discounts will be given for Early Bird enrollment if paid by June 6. Resident and multi-sibling family discounts will be offered when application is completed.

Camp will run for nine weeks from June 16 to Aug. 15. Camp hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday for children who have completed kindergarten to age 12. Arrangements can be made for those needing to bring children early or pick them up later.

Programs include arts and crafts, team building, creative arts, science and sports.

For information contact Karen at 330-965-0482, or visit the park's program page at www.boardmanpark.com.

BMS concert set for May 28:

The Boardman Middle Schools will present a fifth, sixth, and seventh grade band spring concert at 7 p.m. May 28 in the Boardman High School Performing Arts Center.

The concert will feature combined bands from Center and Glenwood Middle Schools.

The fifth-grade band will include many arrangements, including a performance of ''Hang on Sloopy,'' Ohio's official rock song.

The sixth-grade band will include ''Limbo Rock'' as performed by Chubby Checker, and arrangements of ''Let It Go'' from Disney's ''Frozen'' and ''Cups'' as recorded by Anna Kendrick.

The concert will close with a combined seventh-grade performance of ''Sounds of Sousa,'' including ''The Stars and Stripes Forever'' as arranged by James Ployhar.

Admission at the door is $3 for adults, $2 for students, and free for senior citizens and children ages 9 and younger.

BHS chorale and singers win nationals:

The Boardman High School Chorale and Boardman Singers recently took first place in their divisions at a National Music Competition in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

The Boardman Singers earned first place in the Treble Choir division while the chorale took first place in both Mixed Choir and Show Choir Divisions.

Special recognition went to Cory Fowler and Kristyn Wolf for their solo work.

The Chorale and Boardman Singers along with Mixed Chorus, Choir, and Spartan Singers recently performed at the Boardman Performing Arts Center.

 
 

 

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