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WSMA News x Field Representative Update


Established in 1994, this program enables retired music educators to share their time, knowledge and experience in support of Wis- consin Center for Music Education activities. Through this partnership, the retired music educators continue to serve and stay connected with their music education profession.


The agenda, minutes and photo of the 2011 fall meeting may be found in the “WSMA Field Reps” pages of “About Us” at www. wsmamusic.org.


Since the summer of 2011, field reps have pro- vided support for the following:


• Wisconsin Center for Music Education:


Wolf Resource Center - organize the Mar- vin Rabin Orchestral scores: 1 field rep


Wolf Resource Center - categorize materi- als: 3 field reps


Wolf Resource Center - catalog the retired music selections: 1 field rep


Fall trimming of shrubs: 2 field reps


Assisting with Solo & Ensemble rubric enhancements: 2 field reps


Initial adjudicator scheduling for Solo & Ensemble/Concert Festivals: 11 field reps


• WSMA State Marching Band Champion- ships at UW-Whitewater - Ticket Booth: 8 field reps


• Wisconsin State Music Conference: 18 field reps


+James Baxter - Oregon Linda Becker - Gleason John Beutel - Stoughton Roger Bintz - Green Bay Jerry Borchardt - Watertown Ernest Broeniman - Hortonville Tom Buchhauser - Madison +Ross Cowing - Middleton Wayne Crook - Fort Atkinson Ken Dado - Balsam Lake Larry Daehn - New Glarus Frank Daniels - Janesville Andrew Duncan - Racine Tom Fisher - Grafton Terry Flanagan - Davis, IL Bob Gentile - Madison Dan Gilmore - Waukesha Gerald Gleason - La Crosse +Lance Haas - Burlington Don Hale - Watertown Larry Hansen - Stevens Point Thomas Heninger - Fort Atkinson John Hinkley - Park Falls Dennis Kahn - Sauk City Mary Keezer - Eau Claire Ron Keezer - Eau Claire Glen Klotz - Middleton +Pam Knihtila - Phillips +Ray Knihtila - Phillips Robert Koepsel - Chippewa Falls Connie Kramer - Clintonville Mark Leiser - Watertown Ron Leroy - Watertown Cheryl Licary - Beloit Greg Lorenz - Prairie du Sac


x Challenge and Reward Your Group at the Wisconsin State Fair


In 2008, a partnership was developed between WSMA and Wisconsin State Fair. The mission of this partnership is to give directors an opportunity to showcase their music programs, chal- lenge students and enjoy all the excitement that the Wisconsin State Fair has to offer.


Plan now to be a part of the 2012 WSMA World Music Showcase to be held on the World Café Stage on August 10. This stage is open to ensembles of all types and is a celebration of world


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music. Recent performances have included hand bell ensembles, string quartets, Celtic ensembles, jazz ensembles, flute choirs, ethnic dance troupes and more. Each ensemble selected to per- form will receive free admission to the Wisconsin State Fair for students and directors as well as a performance time on the World Café Stage.


For more information contact Tim Wurgler at twurgler@ wsmamusic.org.


January 2012 x 2011-12 WSMA Field Representatives


Paul Luhring - Marinette Bob Martin - Hazel Green +Rhonda Mataczynski - Holcombe Linda Meier - Waunakee Tom Mueller - Forestville


George Munagian - Wisconsin Rapids Sharon Munson - Delavan +James Oertel - Lake Mills Tom Paulson - Sheboygan David Pelow - Gillett


+Jeanne Raemisch-Cera - Milwaukee Don Rosine - New Lisbon Roger Roznowski - Green Bay +Dinah Safford - LaValle +Les Sandberg - Reedsburg Lewis Schmidt - Elkhart Lake Bob Sebranek - Green Bay Bob Shirek - Fond du Lac Jane Shirek - Fond du Lac Ivan Spangenberg - Appleton Kay Lynn Taylor - Lone Rock Janet Tweed - Waunakee Dick Underberg - Waukesha Jim Welander - Holmen Dick Wolff - Madison Jo Anne Wroblewski - Oregon


+ New Field Rep Field Rep Steering Committee


Janet Tweed - Waunakee Sharon Munson - Delavan Ron Leroy - Watertown Richard Fellenz - Sun Prairie Michael George - Madison


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