Hudson - Litchfield News
10 - December 11, 2009
All-State Auditions Bookworm Bingo at PMA
submitted by Dave Lecraw
Alvirne High School Music Program students auditioned on Saturday, November 21,
submitted by Lisa Bethea
for the 2010 New Hampshire Music Educator’s Spring All-State Festival that will be held
Friday the 13th was one very
April 8-10, 2010. Twenty-three Alvirne music students competed for a select number of
lucky November day for students
instrumental seats and vocal parts against 1,250 students from throughout the state.
and families who participated in
Thirteen Alvirne music students were selected. The choral department for the All-State
the Second Annual Bookworm
Mixed Chorus will be represented by: Samantha Migneault (soprano voice), Brittany
Bingo event at the Presentation of
Decker (alto voice), Tony Clements (tenor voice), Jared Hyman (bass voice), and Brad
Mary Academy (PMA) in Hudson.
Fernald (bass voice). The choral department for the All-State Women’s Chorus will be
The PMA Parent Group sponsored
represented by: Ashley Iannaco (soprano voice) and Devin Lyman (soprano voice). The
this family-friendly event, which
instrumental department for the All-State Band will be represented by: Katelyn Egan
sold out for the second year in a
(bassoon), Jake Galloway (trumpet), Anthony Condo (trombone), Matt Sidilau (trombone),
row! Over 200 people were in
and Kyle Garnick (euphonium). Philip Skinner (violin) will represent Alvirne as an
attendance, including parents,
grandparents, cousins, the Sisters,
Students who also auditioned and displayed Alvirne pride were Ryan Caron (tenor
and students of all ages. This
voice), Paige Devlin (soprano voice), Peter Dubois (bass voice), Shawn Gould (bari sax),
twist on the traditional game
Katie Masson (alto voice), Eric Mealey (tenor voice), Taylor Morin (alto voice), Meghan
of bingo was enjoyed by all.
O’Keefe (clarinet), Cindy Richard (alto voice), and Cassandra Strokus (soprano voice).
Students were excited to win a
Thank you to all the music students for their dedication to music and meeting the
new or gently used book donated
challenge required for this audition.
by PMA families. Every child
went home a winner, and some
children won more than once.
Varied selections of books were
on display in the hallway. There
were titles available to suit the
taste of a wide range of ages, from
pre-school to adult. Children
were allowed to pick from the
many choices. All children got
to choose a book from the gym,
whether they won or not; no one
went home with out a book. In
addition to Bookworm Bingo,
students also enjoyed a game
of Heads or Tails. Concessions
were sold during the event and all
proceeds raised (over $780) will
support the Technology Fund’s
efforts toward a new computer
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