Newsletter - May 2010 - Findlay Music Boosters


Newsletter - May 2010 - Findlay Music Boosters
In Tune
Keeping You in Tune With The Activities Of The Findlay City Schools Music Program
Published Quarterly by Findlay Music Boosters
Upcoming Events
FMB Meeting @ FHS Music Wing 5/3
Glenwood Band/Orch. Concert
Donnell Vocal Concert
Lincoln 3rd Grade Music Program
Donnell Band/Orch. Concert
VIP Spring Fling
4th and 5th Grade Orch. Rehearsal 5/10
All-City 5th Grade Band Rehearsal 5/11
Pantasia @ Winebrenner Seminary 5/11
Central Band & Orch. Concert
Glenwood Vocal Concert
FIDL Family Picnic
FFE Cabaret
5/14, 5/15
Pantasia Gig at Toledo
FHS Orchestra Concert
Jacob’s 2nd Gr. Music Prog @ Wash.5/18
Jacob’s 2nd Grade Music Program 5/18
All-City 4th and 5th Grade Orch. Con. 5/19
Pantasia @ Agency on Aging
Pantasia @ Bigelow Hill
Central Vocal Concert
Glenwood Band to Washington Sch. 5/19
FHS Choral Concert
Glenwood Orch. to Washington Sch.5/24
FFE Vocal Auditions
5/24, 5/25
FHS/Donnell Jazz Band Concert 5/25
FFE Movement Auditions
Chamberlin Hill Drive-In Movie Night 5/27
Pantasia Auditions
FTMB @ Memorial Day Parade
Beginning Summer Band
FFE Summer Camp
Pantasia @ Courtyard Concert
FTMB Orientation
Volume No. 4, Issue No. 1; May 2010
As the 2009-2010 school year comes to a close, the Findlay Music
Boosters (FMB) want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has
volunteered in any capacity for or made a contribution to FMB. We
cannot provide the support for our music students without YOU!
I would also like to express our heartfelt thanks to all the music teachers
and directors for their dedicated efforts this past year to provide another
year of quality music education and opportunities for our students.
In addition, I want to thank the members of the executive committee for
their hard work and commitment to our music students. A special thanks
to Sherri Brumbaugh – Vice President; Bev Marincic – Secretary; Trisha
Bott – Treasurer; Tracy Capes – Membership Secretary; Peggy Grandbois
– Publicity Secretary; Jerry Mathern – Special Services Secretary; Kim
Dunbar – FHS Vocal Representative; Azah Abdulrahim – FHS
Instrumental Representative; and our Middle School Representatives,
Carmen Brown – Donnell; Crystal Whipkey – Central; and Theresa Knopf
– Glenwood. Also thank you to Scott and Michelle McCormick for
managing the concession stands and to Carol Smith and Doug Finney for
coordinating the marching band and concert band uniforms, respectively.
The FMB appreciated the hospitality shown to us by the Donnell Middle
School Music Department. Our April meeting was held at Donnell, where
we were treated to performances by Shockwave Middle School Drumline
and Fusion Show Choir. Thank you to Mrs. Baratta and Mr. Sheehe and
to the music students for sharing your talents with us!
Our new fiscal year begins on May 1. We encourage everyone to become
a financially supporting member of FMB. Please complete the attached
membership form and return it with your contribution. All contributions
received after May 1 will be recognized for the 2010-2011 school year.
Also, please join us at our next meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, May 3
in the Music Wing at Findlay High School. We will vote on the officers
and work on plans for next year. For more information about FMB,
contact me at [email protected] Thank you for your support!
Musically yours,
Mark Olson, President
The FMB is currently holding a
raffle for an I-Pod Shuffle.
Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for
$5.00 and are available at
upcoming spring music
department events. Proceeds
from this raffle will be utilized to
purchase goods and services for
all students in the Findlay City
Schools music program.
Also, FHS and middle school “note” signs are
available at upcoming music department events
or by completing and submitting your payment
with the attached form.
Look for the FMB display at the spring concerts
and events! Stop by and learn more about how
YOU can become involved in FMB.
Please remember that the Scrip fundraising
program is a year-round program. Plan to
continue to enjoy the ease of shopping on line
during the summer months while supporting your
child’s music ensemble and the FMB.
Scrip is fundraising while you shop®. The
program allows our music families to purchase
Scrip for everyday expenses like food, clothing,
and entertainment while earning a percentage of
each dollar of Scrip purchased back in revenue.
Scrip is "no-selling" fundraising.
For our program, revenues are shared 50/50
between FMB and participating groups. The
families can decide to use this revenue towards
individual student’s trip accounts, etc. or apply it
to the group’s general fund.
It’s easy to get started. Contact Mark Olson at
[email protected] and he will help you
sign up for this great fundraising project for our
music program.
The FHS Chamber Orchestra
recently performed their spring
program as part of the First
Presbyterian Church Concert
MAY 17
The Findlay High School (FHS) Symphony
Orchestra will present its Finale Spring Concert
on Monday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the
Heminger Auditorium at FHS.
Selections to be performed include: “Jupiter”From the “Planets” by Gustav Holst; “Romance
for Orchestra” by Ralph Ford; “Okeanos” by Jack
Bullock; and “Coming of Age” by John Whitney.
The concert will feature Mark Janowiecki
(senior) performing the first movement of Johann
Sebastian Bach’s “Violin Concerto No. 1 in A
Minor.” Mark is the son of Paul and Barb
Janowiecki and the concertmaster of the
Orchestra. He has played violin since the second
grade and is currently a student of Tom Carey
from the University of Findlay. Mark plans to
attend The Ohio State University in the fall to
major in mathematics.
Ken Pressel will direct the orchestra. The concert
is free and open to the public.
Support FMB!
Remember to take your aluminum cans to the
Variety Recycling Company, located at 130
Crystal Avenue; 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on
weekdays and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.
Let them know that you are from FMB.
The All-City 4th and 5th Grade Orchestra Spring
Concert will be held on Wednesday, May 19, at
7:00 p.m. in the Glenwood Middle School upper
gym. We will have one after school rehearsal
which will be held at Glenwood Middle School
(in the upper gym) as follows:
Monday, May 10 from 3:45-5:15 p.m. Please
note that the 4th graders will be dismissed from
rehearsal at 4:30 pm.
On the evening of the concert, all students should
report for tuning and warm-up at 6:30 p.m. (enter
from the 18th Street doors). The 4th grade
students are to report to cafeteria; the 5th grade
students are to report to room 308.
The 5th grade orchestra will play:
“Into The Sky”
“Appalachian Hymn”
“Batman Meets Bowman”
The 4th grade orchestra will play:
“Jolly Good Fellows”
“Old Joe Clark”
“Cripple Creek”
“The Banana Boat Song”
If you have any questions, please call Mr. Pressel
at 419-425-8318.
Things are going well at Central. The choirs are
successfully preparing for the spring concert on
May 19 at 8 p.m. Grand Central has several
performances scheduled throughout the
community as well.
The 2010-2011 Grand Central auditions will be
held May 24 and 25, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Any
questions please contact Mr. Gillespie at
[email protected]
The Beginning Band classes will meet during the
summer for 5 weeks, Tuesday, June 1 through
Thursday, July 1 at Donnell Middle School.
Tuition for summer classes is $30.00 ($25.00 if
postmarked before May 14) and classes are
available for students in grades 5-8 on all
instruments. (See attached registration form for
exact class times and registration information.)
In addition, the attached medical form must be
completed and returned on the first day of class.
The sixth grade full band will rehearse twice per
week throughout June. The band will meet on
Mondays and Tuesdays from noon to 12:50 in the
band room at Donnell Middle School. There is
no charge, but the attached registration form must
be returned to Mr. Sheehe and a completed
medical form is due on the first day of class.
For additional information, contact Brian Sheehe,
Summer Band Coordinator at 419-350-4718 or
[email protected]
2009-2010 Grand Central Show
Choir from Central Middle School.
The Findlay High School Indoor Drumline
(FIDL) completed its competition season April
15 and 16 by competing at Winter Guard
International (WGI) World Championships in
Dayton. There were four rounds of preliminary
competition with 15 schools in each round. FIDL
played and marched their best show of the season
earning a score of 84.2 and ranked 6th in the third
round. What an exciting day!
FIDL also completed a very successful Ohio
Indoor Performance Association (OIPA) state
competition schedule. They placed 1st in four
different competitions and then brought home the
state championship banner, trophy and Gold
medal for Scholastic Marching A Percussion.
SHOCKWAVE Middle School Drumline
enjoyed its most successful season in its twelve
years. The group finished as the OIPA Regional
A State Champion, beating out six high school
drumlines for the title! The group also earned
their highest ever WGI World Championships
score of 77.475. They finished ranked 19th in the
World in Independent A.
FIDL was also seen at Riverside Park on
Saturday, April 24, as members accompanied
hundreds of walkers in the Walk-A-Mile-In-HerShoes fundraiser for the Open Arms Domestic
Violence Center. They also played their
competition show from the bandshell.
Since 2004 SHOCKWAVE has earned two State
Championships, three State Runners Up, one
Bronze Medal and one 4th place finish. They
have also beat over 80 high school drumlines in
the state circuits in which they have competed.
Members of the drumline will finish their season
with a family picnic on Thursday, May 13 at
Riverside Park.
SHOCKWAVE will hold its annual audition
camp for next year's membership June 7-11 at
Donnell Middle School from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. A
registration form is attached.
The Donnell Concert, Symphonic and Wind
Ensemble Bands are getting ready for their
annual Spring Concert on Thursday, May 6th at
Donnell Middle School in the Upper gym at 7:30
p.m. All three have wonderful selection of pieces
from movies and TV to competition selections
and toe tapping marches. The concert is free and
open to the public.
FHS Jazz Band played at opening of
Habitat for Humanity Restore
The Concert and Symphonic Bands will be taking
their annual trip to Cedar Point for the Music in
the Parks Competition at Sandusky Perkins HS.
The Bands will also stay at the Kalahari
Waterpark and Resort the night before. This trip
marks the 13th year in a row that a Donnell band
has gone on a Cedar Point trip. Next year both
bands will travel to Chicago and Six Flags Great
America for a Band Competition. This will be
the fourth out of state trip for the Donnell Band
program in the last six years and the first ever out
of state trip for the Concert Band.
The JAZZ will have its annual Jazz Band Concert
at FHS on May 25 and then play at the Drive-in
Movie Night at Chamberlin Hill on the last day of
school on May 27th at 7:00 p.m.
The JAZZ and Wind Ensemble enjoyed a trip to
Cleveland in March to the Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame and then had lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe.
This was the Band's first trip to see the Cleveland
The Showchoir, "Fusion" will be featured singing
a variety of songs including a Korean Folksong,
and a Chinese Folksong. Students have been
coached in the language by their own peers, Tom
Suh, and Long Adams.
The concert includes the Sixth, Seventh, and
Eighth Grade Choirs. A variety of songs will be
performed including “De Colores”, a medley
from “Forrest Gump”, and “Aquarius/Let the
Sunshine In” should provide an entertaining and
inspiring evening.
Accompanists include Junho Kim, Kayli Kuhn,
Aubrey Brown, Reid Teatsorth, Noah Keppers,
Celeste LaFleur, Long Adams, and Tom Suh.
Aubrey Gordon and Jordan Dean will be playing
the trap set. Cheyenne Garnes, Sully Brown, and
Ryan Beckett will be playing the electric and bass
guitars and Victoria Fisher will be featured in
several numbers on the flute. The groups are
under the direction of Becky Baratta and Dan
The showchoir has been busy performing. They
performed for Music Boosters on April 12, the
FIND Banquet on April 16, Sunrise Assisted
Living, and Birchhaven. This has been a great
year for these talented young people. They will
perform for Findlay City Schools Convocation
Day on August 20.
Chamberlin Hill's Band has been enjoying a
wonderful year so far! The twenty member
group has almost finished the Essential Elements
2000 book for the second year in a row. Right
now the band is preparing for Extravabandza, a
concert that includes the All-City 5th grade band
and the FHS wind ensemble and concert band on
Tuesday, May 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the Riverside
Park Band Shell. Members are also preparing for
their end of the year concert at Chamberlin Hill's
Drive-In Movie Night on May 27 at 7 p.m.
The Donnell Vocal Music Concert will take place
on Tuesday May 4, 7:30 p.m. in Central Middle
School Auditorium.
Fusion Show Choir performed at
the April FMB meeing.
The choir classes at Donnell have been hard at
work preparing for their concerts. They have also
enjoyed experiencing improvisation with the
world drums. The Music Exploration classes
have been composing and learning to read notes
and play melody lines on the guitar.
In addition, Lin Adams visited the music classes
and taught the students about Chinese music.
The following Donnell Middle School students
received Superior ratings at Solo & Ensemble
Contest on March 20.
The Eighth Grade Chamber Ensemble which
included the following students: Long Adams,
Amanda Campbell, Beth Davila, Ben Foster,
Gracie Foster, Talyn Foust, Hailey Hahn, Megan
Junge, Connor Lauth, Mariah Matthis, Nikko
Mason, Tom Suh, Victoria Terry, Anna Wank,
and Zara Wilson. The accompanist was Celeste
Soprano Solo-Megan Junge
Soprano Solo-Meghan Harrington
Mezzo Soprano-Beth Davila
Mezzo Soprano-Mariah Matthis
Baritone-Long Adams
The following students received Excellent
Viola Solo-Katherine Diaz
Cello Solo-Celeste LaFleur
Piano Solo-Tom Suh
Celeste LaFleur accompanied for four different
events. Tom Suh accompanied for two events,
and Long Adams accompanied for one solo.
The students are under the direction of Mr. Ken
Pressel, Mrs. Becky Baratta, and Mr. Dan Wilson
Visit us at our website:
The Voices in Perfection (VIP) Show Choir
Spring Fling will be held on Friday, May 7, at
7:30 p.m. in R. L. Heminger Auditorium at
Findlay High School. The cabaret-style program
features solo, ensemble and full group
performances by the VIP freshman show choir
members and accompanying instrumentalists,
The Rippers. General admission tickets are $5.00
for adults and $3.00 for students and seniors and
are available at the door beginning at 6:30 p.m.
the night of the performance. Auditorium seating
begins at 7:00 p.m.
VIP and The Rippers will perform their spring
show which includes the following selections:
Put On A Happy Face, Together Wherever We
Go, Out Here On My Own, C’mon Everybody,
Don’t Rain On My Parade, and You Can’t Stop
The Beat.
The group recently represented FHS at the
Heritage Music Festival in Chicago. VIP placed
first in the 3A category and received a Gold
rating, the highest rating possible. VIP was the
only freshman show choir in the category,
competing against choirs with members from all
high school grades.
VIP is directed by Craig VanRenterghem.
Elizabeth Betts is the choreographer and Zachary
Thomas is the director of the Rippers. They are
assisted by Senior Directors Derek Schadel and
Rachel Kerns.
For additional information, contact the FHS
Vocal Music Office at 419-425-8282.
ON MAY 14 AND 15
Findlay First Edition (FFE) Cabaret 2010, You
and the Night and the Music, will be held in the
Findlay High School R.L. Heminger Auditorium
on Friday May 14 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday,
May 15 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Cabaret will
showcase the FFE singer/dancers, The Boingers,
and technical crew members in a variety of
unique musical performances which are chosen,
arranged, and rehearsed by the students. The
performances will include solo and ensemble acts
featuring classical, Broadway, jazz, and rock
music. In addition, FFE will perform its
competition show.
competition and Spencer Wood received the
Outstanding Male Performer in the finals
Tickets are $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for
students. Tickets will be sold Monday through
Friday, May 10 – 13, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and
6 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday, May 14 from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Heminger Auditorium lobby.
Limited tickets, based on availability, will be
available at the door prior to the performances.
For more information contact the FHS Vocal
Music Office at 419-425-8282.
The title of FFE’s competition show is “Viva Las
Vegas” which includes the following selections:
You and the Night and the Music, Wayne Newton
Medley (Shangri-La, Mack the Knife, Danke
Schöen), My Way, and Las Vegas Review
(Gamblin’ Man, Luck be a Lady, Vegas Show
Girl, and Viva Las Vegas). The group is under
the direction of Kevin Manley and assistant
director Dan Wilson. Choreographer is Andy
During the 2009-2010 season FFE competed in
four regional events with the following results:
Bishop Dwenger Summit Invitational – Overall
Grand Champion, Overall Best Vocal
Performance, Overall Best Tech Crew, Overall
Best Instrumental Combo, Overall Best Male
Soloist – Brady Miller, FFE Most Dynamic
Performer – Kieffer Gray; Medina Invitational –
Overall First Runner-Up, Class A Runner Up,
Overall Best Vocal Performance, Overall Best
Tech Crew, Overall Best Male Soloist – Brady
Miller, FFE Most Dynamic Performer – Derek
Schadel; Kettering Fairmont Invitational –
Overall Grand Champion, Class A Runner Up,
Overall Best Vocal Performance, Overall Best
Tech Crew, Overall Best Female Soloist – Sarah
Black, FFE Most Dynamic Performer – Derek
Schadel; Bishop Luers MidWest Invitational –
Overall Grand Champion, Overall Best Vocal
Performance, Overall Best Choreography,
Overall Best Tech Crew, Overall Best Female
Soloist – Lucy Anders, FFE Most Dynamic
Performer -- Derek Schadel.
In addition, FFE earned Overall Fifth Runner-Up
in the Mixed Show Choir Division at the Show
Choir Nationals Competition at the Grand Ole
Opry House in Nashville. The mixed show choir
competition featured thirteen of the best show
choirs in the country. Brady Miller received the
Outstanding Male Soloist in the preliminary
Ninety-three students involved in music programs
during the third grading period earned a grade
point average of 3.5 or higher. Fifty-five of these
students received a Scholar Musician T-shirt
(purchased by the FMB and Findlay Academic
Booster Club). The remaining students on the list
received a T-shirt the first quarter grading period.
Congratulations to the following music students
who earned a 3.5 or higher GPA in the third
grading period: Lucy Anders, Price Anders, Dani
Armstrong, Brandon Baucher, Daniel
Baumgartner, Jack Biolchini, Sarah Black,
Michael Blaser, Brennan Bookmyer, Lindsey
Bowden, Nick Bowden, Joseph Breen, Mikayla
Brown, Levi Bruce, Maddie Bruce, Zac
Brumbaugh, Abby Carlson, Ben Carnes, Zach
Carnes, Zack Climes, Kaitie Collingwood,
Morgan Corey, Jon Cox, Danya Crow, Sam
Duling, Jesse Eckert, Samuel Eckert, Melissa
Eier, Alex Ervin, Abby Essinger, Travis Essinger,
Becca Finney, Nicole Fisher, Kieffer Gray, Mia
Guerrero, Ashley Haley, Morgan Hammer, Jacob
Havens, Corrine Heflinger, Lauren Heintschel,
Justin Hu, Mark Janowiecki, Rachel Kerns, Jake
Kiene, Anna Laube, Shannon Logsdon, Jared
Manning, Brian May, Patrick McAdoo, Trenton
McBeath, Zach McCormick, Jenna McGlade,
Ellie McKee, Brady Miller, Sophie Miller, Sarah
Moser, Elliott Murray, Leah Olson, Danielle
Oman, Brennan Orians, Danny Pfaltzgraf, David
Pfaltzgraf, Ashleigh Pierce, Erica Pippert,
Wasuchote Promchirachote, Anissa Pulcheon, Ali
Rackley, Kai Roberts, Drew Roth, Katie
Rustemeyer, Anna Sankovich, Alyssa Sawyer,
Derek Schadel, Aaron Seitz, Kyle Shafer,
Rebekah Shaffer, Bekah Shultis, Abby Siewert,
Rebecca Simpson, Eric Smith, Isaac Steinhour,
Lydia Stump, Lauren Supple, Nick Taylor,
Roshan Thomas, Garrett Wadsworth, Marc
Wadsworth, Tessa Wadsworth, Christine
Wagner, Zöe Wahbeh, Michaela Wallace, Drew
Williams, Lauren Wolper, and Clayton Wood.
We would like to provide an opportunity for anyone to be a financially supporting member. Please join us in
making this a great year of music excellence for our students. As a financially supporting member of
Findlay Music Boosters, your name will be listed in the choir, band, and orchestra concert programs during
the year unless indicated otherwise below. All contributions made after May 1 will be included in the
2010-2011 programs.
_____ YES, list my name in the programs _____ NO, do not list my name in the programs
Name: _______________________________________________________________________
As it should appear in programs
Student(s) Names: ______________________________________________________________
Current Grade(s): ______________________________________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________________________________
E-Mail Address: _______________________________________________________________
Phone: _______________________________________________________________________
Please circle which musical group(s) your child(ren) is/are involved with:
Elementary School Music
Middle School Music (list groups) ________________________
Other __________________
Membership Level (Please Check)
Conductor $500
Concertmaster $250
Philharmonic $100
Symphonic $75
Concert $50
Chamber $25
Student $5
Other $_________
_____ YES! I would like to volunteer with Findlay Music Booster projects, Please contact me.
Please send completed form and tax-deductible contribution payable to Findlay Music Boosters to:
Membership Secretary
Findlay Music Boosters
Findlay High School
1200 Broad Avenue
Findlay, OH 48540
This form must be completed and contribution remitted annually to remain a contributing member.
Findlay City Schools Beginning Band
Summer Schedule 2010
Brian Sheehe, Summer Band Coordinator
419-350-4718 [email protected]
Please fill out Medical FORM for the first day of class
Individual instrument classes will meet at Donnell Middle School (east side entrance)
for 5 weeks, Monday through Thursday.
First day of classes is Tuesday, June 1st, 10 & Last day of classes is Thursday, July 1st, 10
50 minute sessions are scheduled as follows:
Donnell Choir Room (Ms. Beidelschies)
8:00 a.m. - Saxophones
9:00 a.m. - Clarinets
10:00 a.m. - Flutes
11:00 a.m. – Oboe/Bassoon
Donnell Band Room (Reamsnyder/Sheehe)
8:00 a.m. - Percussion
9:00 a.m. - Trumpets/Cornets
10:00 a.m. - Trombones/Baritones
11:00 a.m. - French Horns
Complete the form below, detach, and return with payment and Medical form on the first day of classes
Summer Band 2010 Registration Form
Student’s Name: ______________________ Instrument: _____________
School Next Fall: _________________
Grade this fall (Circle One):
Parent/Guardian Names: ______________________________________
Register for the Summer Band Classes w/ a postmark before May 14th, 2010 and
the class is only $25.00
Register for the Summer Band Classes w/ a postmark after May 14th, 2010 and
the class is $30.00
Mail Registration to: Summer Band, Attn: Brian D. Sheehe,
301 Baldwin Ave. Findlay, OH 45840
Please make checks payable to: Findlay City Schools.
Remember to bring your instrument and your book on the first day.
Findlay City Schools Beginning Band
Summer Schedule 2010
Brian Sheehe, Summer Band Coordinator
419-350-4718 [email protected]
Please fill out Medical FORM for the first day of class
Individual instrument class will meet at Donnell Middle School (east side entrance)
for 5 weeks, Monday & Tuesday.
First day of classes is Tuesday, June 1st, 10 & Last day of classes is Tuesday, June 29th, 10
50 minute sessions:
Donnell Band Room (Ms. Beidelschies/Reamsnyder/Sheehe)
12:00 PM - 12:50 PM Full Band
Complete the form below, detach, and return with payment on the first day of classes
Summer Band 2010 Registration Form
Student’s Name: ______________________ Instrument: ________________
School Next Fall: _________________
Parent/Guardian Names:______________________________________________
The Cost for Summer Band is FREE!!!
Mail Registration to: Summer Band, Attn: Brian D. Sheehe,
301 Baldwin Ave. Findlay, OH 45840
Findlay M.S. Indoor Drumline
Drumline Audition & Placement Camp, June 7-11, 2010
2010 OIPA Regional A State Champions
Enclosed are two warm ups to prepare prior to camp. Play 8 on a Hand and 16th Note Grid
Snare players will need to use traditional grip.
Practice with the quarter note at 110 beats per minute for both exercises.
SD = Snare Drum, Ten = Tenors (Multi Drum), Cym = Cymbals & BD = Bass Drum
Band Room at Donnell MS (East Side of School, look for ramp)
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Every Day
Findlay City Middle School Students in Band or Orchestra
$25.00 (Register early or on the first day of Camp)
Any sticks you have, sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, bottle of ice water & pencil
Snare, Tenors, Bass Drum, Cymbals, Marimba, Vibes, Xylophone, Bells,
Drum-Set, Synthesizer (Piano), Guitar, Bass Guitar & Rack.
Call or Email Mr. Sheehe @ 419-350-4718 or [email protected]
Cut Below this line
Student Name:
School in fall:
Parent Email:
Parent Names:
What Instruments do you play?
Check payable to Findlay City Schools for $25.00
Check #: ________________
Please mail form, medical form and check to:
SHOCKWAVE, Attn: Mr. Sheehe, 301 Baldwin Ave. Findlay, OH 45840