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24 Jun 19
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12 May 19
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08 May 19
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Atif Rafiq, newly appointed President of Commercial and Growth at MGM Resorts International and former Chief Digital Officer at Volvo Cars, was recognized as the US Chief Digital Officer of the Year 2019 by the CDO Club, the world’s largest community of C-suite digital and data leaders. Mr. Rafiq received the award after his keynote […]

01 May 19
Julesburg Advocate
The Master Chorale, under the direction of Don Johnson, with accompanist Mary L. Smith will present its 28th Spring Concert on Sunday, May 5th at 4:00 p.m. in the Dorothy Corsberg Theater at Northeastern Junior College.  In conjunction with the NJC Foundation, the Master Chorale will award its sixth $250.00 tuition scholarship to a deserving music student for the Fall semester. The first half of the program starts with DOWN TO THE RIVER TO PRAY, arr. by Philip Lawson with soloists Phillip McKibbin, Michael Kiser and Annette Lambrecht.   The second piece is JUST A CLOSER WALK WITH THEE, arr. by James “Red” McLeod followed by  the major work for this concert, Robert Ray’s GOSPEL MASS, with the words of the Catholic Mass set to the rhythm and harmony of African-American music.  It begins with the KYRIE – Lord Have Mercy, featuring tenors Jerry Skaggs and Dillon Boden, then GLORIA – Glory to God in the Highest, with soloists Darcy Trump, alto, Camryn and Jeneen Trump, sopranos.  The CREDO – I Believe in God, featuring alto, Jackie Yula, followed by ACCLAMATION – Hallelujah Praise the Lord.  SANCTUS – Holy Lord God of Hosts, with tenor soloists Jerry Skaggs and Jerry Applegate, leads into the final part, AGNUS DEI – Lamb of God. After an intermission, the second half of the concert begins with PETER GUNN, music by Henry Mancini and arranged by Jeff Funk.  Next is HOMEWARD BOUND, with words and music by Marta Keen, arr. by Jay Althouse, followed by GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFE, words and music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, arr. by Mark Brymer, with soloist Chris Penner.  Then comes PATH TO HOME, words by Edgar A. Guest, music by William W. Brueggemann, and FOLLOW YOUR HEART, words/music by Robert Lucas, arr. by Roger Letson featuring trumpet soloist Kim Schlup.  The Chorale then sings COME TO ME, MY LOVE by Norman Dello Joio, with text from Christina Rosetti’s “Echo” poem. The Sterling High School Jazz Choir, directed by Annette Lambrecht sings the next two selections:  SEASONS OF LOVE arr. by MacHuff and ON TOP OF THE WORLD arr. by Roger Emerson.  The Jazz Choir then joins the Chorale members to sing the two part piece:  COLORADO PRIDE arr. by John J. Polinski, which features our state song “Where the Columbines Grow” and “Hail Colorado.”  IRVING BERLIN’S AMERICA is next with words/music by Irving Berlin, arr. by Roger Emerson and Paul Murtha.Girl Scout Troops # 76180, 73910, and 82586 will present the Colors just before the patriotic ARMED FORCES  – THE PRIDE OF AMERICA arr. by Greg Gilpin and Larry Clark, and finishing with the BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC, words by Julia Ward Howe, music by William Steffe, and arranged by Peter Wilhousky. The Sinfonia for this performance includes: Sam Edgar, Olivia Courtney, violins; Holly Evans, viola; Phil Found, cello; Mike Boyce, bass; Jeff Spielman, bassoon; Tara Edelen, flute; Bryony Trump, clarinet; Janelle Nicolaus and Annette Lambrecht, saxophone; Kim Schlup, Ethan Farquhar, trumpets;  Lee Lippstrew, Darcy Trump, percussion; Mary Smith and Jennifer Linn, keyboards. The Master Chorale members include:  SOPRANO – Linda Batty, Destiny Boden, Nita Gillham, Sarah Heimbegner, Linda Kiser, Char Kyle, Annette Lambrecht, Susan Martin, Christine Penner, Marilyn Todd, Madison Trahern, Camryn Trump, Jeneen Trump, Lisa Wolever; ALTO – Nancy Bohac, Audrey Carey, Tara Edelen, Sharon Edgar, Holly Evans, Sandy Gibson, Terri Ann Harms, Deborah Harris, Rita House, Kathleen Kloberdanz, Lila Koch, Sharon Ladd, Dana May, Judy Oyler, Darcy Trump, Karen Urrutia, and Jaci Yula; TENOR – Ginny Applegate, Jerry Applegate, Dillon Boden, Mary Lee, Jim Leh, Donna Logan, Jacob Reyes, Jerry Skaggs; BASS – Don Carey, Tony Cristello, Warren Dermer, Larry Fetzer, Richard Gillham, Dan Hays, Bryan Kaiser, Michael Kiser, Forrest Leaf, Philip McKibbin, and Darrell Smith. The Sterling High School Jazz Choir Members include: Sierra Adolf, Cassie Amador, Destiny Boden, Rece Brown, Lindsay Butler, Jackson Carson, Paige Dettmer, Mikayla Farquhar, Sonja Fennell, Kaitlynn Filer, Elijah Hansen, Quentin Hansen, Rebecca Hester, Eli Hjelm, Mallory Kaiser, Kahylani Langridge, Andrew Lee, Gabe Morales, Kimberly Morales,  Alex Norell, Lexie Lekawa, Taylor Payne, Destiny Randall, Brendon Ransdell, Emi Reeves, Dakota Schneider, Lyndi Stumpff, Alexis Tait, Darrian Tait, Madison Trahern, Camryn Trump, Darcy Trump, Ivan Velez, Katie von Steinman, Robert Walraven, Gabriel Walters, and Shyla Webb. Tickets for the performance are $10.00 and may be purchased at KC’s Music & Electronics, Mega Music, Family Food Market, from the Master Chorale members or by calling 970.526.0519.  Tickets may also be purchased at the door the day of the concert.  Students and children under the age of 12, when accompanied by an adult, are admitted free. COME SING WITH US! Rehearsals for the Spring Master Chorale concert begin on Tuesday, September 10th at the Sterling High School at 7:00 p.m.  For more information, call 970.522.5742.
30 Apr 19
South Platte Sentinel
The Master Chorale’s 28th Spring Concert will be May 5. Staff report The Master Chorale, under the direction of Don Johnson, with accompanist Mary L. Smith will present its 28th Spring Concert on Sunday, May 5 at 4 p.m. in the Dorothy Corsberg Theater at Northeastern Junior College. In conjunction with the NJC Foundation, the Master Chorale will award its sixth $250 tuition scholarship to a deserving music student for the Fall semester. The first half of the program starts with “Down to the River to Pray,” arr. by Philip Lawson with soloists Phillip McKibbin, Michael Kiser and Annette Lambrecht. The second piece is “Just a Closer Walk with Thee,” arr. by James “Red” McLeod followed by the major work for this concert, Robert Ray’s “Gospel Mass,” with the words of the Catholic Mass set to the rhythm and harmony of African-American music. It begins with the “Kyrie – Lord Have Mercy,” featuring tenors Jerry Skaggs and Dillon Boden, then “Gloria – Glory to God in the Highest,” with soloists Darcy Trump, alto, Camryn and Jeneen Trump, sopranos. The “Credo – I Believe in God,” featuring alto, Jackie Yula, followed by “Acclamation – Hallelujah Praise the Lord.” “Sanctus – Holy Lord God of Hosts,” with tenor soloists Jerry Skaggs and Jerry Applegate, leads into the final part, “Agnus Dei – Lamb of God”. After an intermission, the second half of the concert begins with “Peter Gunn,” music by Henry Mancini and arranged by Jeff Funk. Next is “Homeward Bound,” with words and music by Marta Keen, arr. by Jay Althouse, followed by “Got to Get You into My Life,” words and music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, arr. by Mark Brymer, with soloist Chris Penner. Then comes “Path to Home,” words by Edgar A. Guest, music by William W. Brueggemann, and “Follow Your Heart,” words/music by Robert Lucas, arr. by Roger Letson featuring trumpet soloist Kim Schlup. The Chorale then sings “Come to Me, My Love” by Norman Dello Joio, with text from Christina Rosetti’s “Echo” poem. The Sterling High School Jazz Choir, directed by Annette Lambrecht sings the next two selections: “Seasons of Love” arr. by MacHuff and “On Top of the World” arr. by Roger Emerson. The Jazz Choir then joins the Chorale members to sing the two part piece: “Colorado Pride” arr. by John J. Polinski, which features our state song “Where the Columbines Grow” and “Hail Colorado.” “Irving Berlin’s America” is next with words/music by Irving Berlin, arr. by Roger Emerson and Paul Murtha.Girl Scout Troops 76180, 73910, and 82586 will present the Colors just before the patriotic “Armed Forces – The Pride of America” arr. by Greg Gilpin and Larry Clark, and finishing with the “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” words by Julia Ward Howe, music by William Steffe, and arranged by Peter Wilhousky. The Sinfonia for this performance includes: Sam Edgar, Olivia Courtney, violins; Holly Evans, viola; Phil Found, cello; Mike Boyce, bass; Jeff Spielman, bassoon; Tara Edelen, flute; Bryony Trump, clarinet; Janelle Nicolaus and Annette Lambrecht, saxophone; Kim Schlup, Ethan Farquhar, trumpets; Lee Lippstrew, Darcy Trump, percussion; Mary Smith and Jennifer Linn, keyboards. The Master Chorale members include: soprano – Linda Batty, Destiny Boden, Nita Gillham, Sarah Heimbegner, Linda Kiser, Char Kyle, Annette Lambrecht, Susan Martin, Christine Penner, Marilyn Todd, Madison Trahern, Camryn Trump, Jeneen Trump, Lisa Wolever; alto – Nancy Bohac, Audrey Carey, Tara Edelen, Sharon Edgar, Holly Evans, Sandy Gibson, Terri Ann Harms, Deborah Harris, Rita House, Kathleen Kloberdanz, Lila Koch, Sharon Ladd, Dana May, Judy Oyler, Darcy Trump, Karen Urrutia, and Jaci Yula; tenor – Ginny Applegate, Jerry Applegate, Dillon Boden, Mary Lee, Jim Leh, Donna Logan, Jacob Reyes, Jerry Skaggs; bass – Don Carey, Tony Cristello, Warren Dermer, Larry Fetzer, Richard Gillham, Dan Hays, Bryan Kaiser, Michael Kiser, Forrest Leaf, Philip McKibbin, and Darrell Smith. The Sterling High School Jazz Choir Members include: Sierra Adolf, Cassie Amador, Destiny Boden, Rece Brown, Lindsay Butler, Jackson Carson, Paige Dettmer, Mikayla Farquhar, Sonja Fennell, Kaitlynn Filer, Elijah Hansen, Quentin Hansen, Rebecca Hester, Eli Hjelm, Mallory Kaiser, Kahylani Langridge, Andrew Lee, Gabe Morales, Kimberly Morales, Alex Norell, Lexie Lekawa, Taylor Payne, Destiny Randall, Brendon Ransdell, Emi Reeves, Dakota Schneider, Lyndi Stumpff, Alexis Tait, Darrian Tait, Madison Trahern, Camryn Trump, Darcy Trump, Ivan Velez, Katie von Steinman, Robert Walraven, Gabriel Walters, and Shyla Webb. Tickets for the performance are $10 and may be purchased at KC’s Music & Electronics, Mega Music, Family Food Market, from the Master Chorale members or by calling 970-526-0519. Tickets may also be purchased at the door the day of the concert. Students and children under the age of 12, when accompanied by an adult, are admitted free. Come sing with us! Rehearsals for the Spring Master Chorale concert begin on Tuesday, Sept. 10 at the Sterling High School at 7 p.m. For more information, call 970-522-5742.
26 Apr 19
Sterling Journal-Advocate
The Master Chorale, under the direction of Don Johnson, with accompanist Mary L. Smith will present its 28th Spring Concert on Sunday, May 5 at 4 p.m. in the Dorothy Corsberg Theater at Northeastern Junior College. In conjunction with the NJC Foundation, the Master Chorale will award its sixth $250 tuition scholarship to a deserving music student for the Fall semester. The first half of the program starts with “Down to the River to Pray,” arr. by Philip Lawson with soloists Phillip McKibbin, Michael Kiser and Annette Lambrecht. The second piece is “Just a Closer Walk with Thee,” arr. by James “Red” McLeod followed by the major work for this concert, Robert Ray’s “Gospel Mass,” with the words of the Catholic Mass set to the rhythm and harmony of African-American music. It begins with the “Kyrie – Lord Have Mercy,” featuring tenors Jerry Skaggs and Dillon Boden, then “Gloria – Glory to God in the Highest,” with soloists Darcy Trump, alto, Camryn and Jeneen Trump, sopranos. The “Credo – I Believe in God,” featuring alto, Jackie Yula, followed by “Acclamation – Hallelujah Praise the Lord.” “SanctuS – Holy Lord God of Hosts,” with tenor soloists Jerry Skaggs and Jerry Applegate, leads into the final part, “Agnus Dei – Lamb of God”. After an intermission, the second half of the concert begins with “Peter Gunn,” music by Henry Mancini and arranged by Jeff Funk. Next is “Homeward Bound,” with words and music by Marta Keen, arr. by Jay Althouse, followed by “Got to Get You into My Life,” words and music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, arr. by Mark Brymer, with soloist Chris Penner. Then comes “Path to Home,” words by Edgar A. Guest, music by William W. Brueggemann, and “Follow Your Heart,” words/music by Robert Lucas, arr. by Roger Letson featuring trumpet soloist Kim Schlup. The Chorale then sings “Come to Me, My Love” by Norman Dello Joio, with text from Christina Rosetti’s “Echo” poem. The Sterling High School Jazz Choir, directed by Annette Lambrecht sings the next two selections: “Seasons of Love” arr. by MacHuff and “On Top of the World” arr. by Roger Emerson. The Jazz Choir then joins the Chorale members to sing the two part piece: “Colorado Pride” arr. by John J. Polinski, which features our state song “Where the Columbines Grow” and “Hail Colorado.” “Irving Berlin’s America” is next with words/music by Irving Berlin, arr. by Roger Emerson and Paul Murtha.Girl Scout Troops 76180, 73910, and 82586 will present the Colors just before the patriotic “Armed Forces – The Pride of America” arr. by Greg Gilpin and Larry Clark, and finishing with the “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” words by Julia Ward Howe, music by William Steffe, and arranged by Peter Wilhousky. The Sinfonia for this performance includes: Sam Edgar, Olivia Courtney, violins; Holly Evans, viola; Phil Found, cello; Mike Boyce, bass; Jeff Spielman, bassoon; Tara Edelen, flute; Bryony Trump, clarinet; Janelle Nicolaus and Annette Lambrecht, saxophone; Kim Schlup, Ethan Farquhar, trumpets; Lee Lippstrew, Darcy Trump, percussion; Mary Smith and Jennifer Linn, keyboards. The Master Chorale members include: soprano – Linda Batty, Destiny Boden, Nita Gillham, Sarah Heimbegner, Linda Kiser, Char Kyle, Annette Lambrecht, Susan Martin, Christine Penner, Marilyn Todd, Madison Trahern, Camryn Trump, Jeneen Trump, Lisa Wolever; alto – Nancy Bohac, Audrey Carey, Tara Edelen, Sharon Edgar, Holly Evans, Sandy Gibson, Terri Ann Harms, Deborah Harris, Rita House, Kathleen Kloberdanz, Lila Koch, Sharon Ladd, Dana May, Judy Oyler, Darcy Trump, Karen Urrutia, and Jaci Yula; tenor – Ginny Applegate, Jerry Applegate, Dillon Boden, Mary Lee, Jim Leh, Donna Logan, Jacob Reyes, Jerry Skaggs; bass – Don Carey, Tony Cristello, Warren Dermer, Larry Fetzer, Richard Gillham, Dan Hays, Bryan Kaiser, Michael Kiser, Forrest Leaf, Philip McKibbin, and Darrell Smith. The Sterling High School Jazz Choir Members include: Sierra Adolf, Cassie Amador, Destiny Boden, Rece Brown, Lindsay Butler, Jackson Carson, Paige Dettmer, Mikayla Farquhar, Sonja Fennell, Kaitlynn Filer, Elijah Hansen, Quentin Hansen, Rebecca Hester, Eli Hjelm, Mallory Kaiser, Kahylani Langridge, Andrew Lee, Gabe Morales, Kimberly Morales, Alex Norell, Lexie Lekawa, Taylor Payne, Destiny Randall, Brendon Ransdell, Emi Reeves, Dakota Schneider, Lyndi Stumpff, Alexis Tait, Darrian Tait, Madison Trahern, Camryn Trump, Darcy Trump, Ivan Velez, Katie von Steinman, Robert Walraven, Gabriel Walters, and Shyla Webb. Tickets for the performance are $10 and may be purchased at KC’s Music & Electronics, Mega Music, Family Food Market, from the Master Chorale members or by calling 970-526-0519. Tickets may also be purchased at the door the day of the concert. Students and children under the age of 12, when accompanied by an adult, are admitted free. Come sing with us! Rehearsals for the Spring Master Chorale concert begin on Tuesday, Sept. 10 at the Sterling High School at 7 p.m. For more information, call 970-522-5742.
25 Jan 19
Jim Downs Rein Group Darwin

Fintech company FundingShield recently announced Eric Hjelm joined the company as its new director of business development. “We are excited to have him join our growth,” FundingShield President Adam Chaudhary said. from Lending https://www.housingwire.com/articles/48008-fundingshield-appoints-new-director-of-business-development via https://www.housingwire.com/rss

06 Dec 18
Lehto - Suomen Luonnonuskontojen ry

Art and imagination-sarja Cook, Roger: The Tree of Life – Symbol of the CentreTansley, David V: Subtle Body – Essence and Shadow Von Franz, Marie-Louise: Time – Rhythm and Response Wosien, Maria-Gabriele: Sacred Dance – Encounter With the Gods Asatru McNallen, Stephen: Rituals of Asatru, volume 1: Tools, Major Blóts, Libation to the Alfar Astrologia […]

04 Dec 18
Sterling Journal-Advocate
Looking to get in the Christmas mood? The Master Chorale’s “27th Noel” will get you there. The Sterling community choir will stage its annual Christmas program Sunday, Dec. 9 in the Dorothy Corsberg Theater at Northeastern Junior College. The Master Chorale is directed by Don Johnson, with accompanist Mary L. Smith. Also during the 4 p.m. concert, the Master Chorale will award its fifth $250 tuition scholarship to a deserving music student for the Spring semester, in conjunction with the NJC Foundation. The first half of the program starts with Camille Saint-Saens’ “Christmas Oratorio,” a cantata-like work divided into ten movements, beginning with the “Prelude” featuring the Sinfonia, then “There Were Shepherds” with four soloists: Jim Leh, tenor; Nancy Bohac, alto; Camryn Trump, soprano; and Bryan Kaiser, bass. The Chorus sings the next selection, “Glory Be Unto God,” then “Patiently Have I Waited for the Lord” with soprano Chris Penner, followed by “In My Heart I Believe,” featuring tenor soloist, Jerry Skaggs. Soprano Jeneen Trump and baritone Mike Kiser sing the wonderful duet: “Blessed Is He Who Cometh,” followed by the Chorus with “Wherefore Do the Heathen Clamor?” Soprano Nita Gillham, tenor Don Johnson, and bass Richard Gillham then sing the beautiful trio, “My Soul Doth Magnify.” Nancy Bohac, alto, leads the Chorus in “Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia,” and the Chorus finishes the piece with “Arise now, Daughter of Zion!” and then “Praise Ye the Lord of Hosts.” The Sinfonia for this performance includes: Sam Edgar, Lindsey Jackson, and Olivia Courtney, violins; Holly Evans, viola; Phil Found, cello; Jeff Spielman, bassoon; Tara Edelen, flute; Bryony Trump, clarinet; Janelle Nicolaus, saxophone; Kim Schlup, Ethan Farquhar, trumpets; Lee Lippstrew, Persussion; Mary Smith and Jennifer Linn, keyboards. After a brief intermission, the Sterling High School Jazz Choir, under the direction of Annette Lambrecht, begins the second half of the program with two selections arranged by Mac Huff: “A Million Dreams” and “This Is Me.” They join the Chorus for John Rutter’s “Joy to the World,” “Sacred Carols and Christmas Hymns” beginning with “O Come All Ye Faithful,” by J.F. Wade, “Joy to the World’ with words by Isaac Watts, melody by Lowell Mason, “It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” by R.S. Willis with descant by John Rutter, “O Little Town of Bethlehem” by Lewis Redner and descant by John Rutter, “How Great Our Joy!” a German traditional carol, then “While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night” by G.F. Handel, “Three Kings of Orient” by J.H. Hopkins, featuring Jacob Reyes, tenor, Warren Dermer, baritone, and Larry Fetzer, bass. The program ends with Rutter’s arrangements of “Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella,” a French traditional carol, English translation by E.C. Nunn, and “God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen,” an English traditional carol. The Master Chorale members include: soprano — Linda Batty, Destiny Boden, Dillon Boden, Cassidy Brekel, Nita Gillham, Sarah Heimbegner, Linda Kiser, Annette Lambrecht, Susan Martin, Christine Penner, Madison Trahern, Camryn Trump, Jeneen Trump, Lisa Wolever, and Hilea Zwirn; alto — Nancy Bohac, Audrey Carey, Staline Cooper, Tara Edelen, Sharon Edgar, Holly Evans, Sandy Gibson, Megan Graff, Terri Ann Harms, Deborah Harris, Rita House, Karlene Jones, Kathleen Kloberdanz, Lila Koch, Cindy Kurth, Ann Leh, Dana May, Judy Oyler, Darcy Trump, Karen Urrutia, and Jaci Yula; tenor — Ginny Applegate, Jerry Applegate, Elijah Hjelm, Mary Lee, Jim Leh, Donna Logan, Jacob Reyes, Jerry Skaggs; bass — Don Carey, Tony Cristello, Warren Dermer, Larry Fetzer, Richard Gillham, Bryan Kaiser, Michael Kiser, Philip McKibbon, Darrell Smith, and John Yula. The Sterling High School Jazz Choir Members include: Sierra Adolf, Cassie Amador, Destiny Boden, Rece Brown, Lindsay Butler, Jackson Carson, Paige Dettmer, Mikayla Farquhar, Sonja Fennell, Kaitlynn Filer, Elijah Hansen, Quentin Hansen, Rebecca Hester, Eli Hjelm, Mallory Kaiser, Kahylani Langridge, Andrew Lee, Gabe Morales, Kimberly Morales, Nevaeh Mustard, Alex Norell, Lexie Lekawa, Taylor Payne, Karina Pizano, Jeremia Potyondy, Destiny Randall, Brendon Ransdell, Emi Reeves, Dakota Schneider, Jamie Spicer, Lyndi Stumpff, Alexis Tait, Darrian Tait, Madison Trahern, Camryn Trump, Darcy Trump, Ivan Velez, Katie von Steinman, Robert Walraven, Gabriel Walters and Shyla Webb. Tickets for the performance are $10 and may be purchased at KC’s Music & Electronics, Mega Music, Family Food Market, from the Master Chorale members or by calling 970-522-5431. Tickets may also be purchased at the door the day of the concert. Students and children under the age of 12, when accompanied by an adult, are admitted free. Come sing with us! Rehearsals for the Spring Master Chorale concert begin on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019 at the Sterling High School at 7 p.m. For more information, call 970-522-5742.
04 Dec 18
South Platte Sentinel
The Master Chorale performs “Hallelujah,” under the direction of Don Johnson, at their 2017 Christmas concert. The chorale will present its 27th Noel Sunday, Dec. 9. The Master Chorale, under the direction of Don Johnson, with accompanist Mary L. Smith will present its 27th Noel Concert on Sunday, Dec. 9 at 4:00 p.m. in the Dorothy Corsberg Theater at Northeastern Junior College. In conjunction with the NJC Foundation, the Master Chorale will award its fifth $250.00 tuition scholarship to a deserving music student for the Spring semester. The first half of the program starts with Camille Saint-Saens’ “Christmas Oratorio,” a cantata-like work divided into ten movements, beginning with the “Prelude” featuring the Sinfonia, then “There Were Shepherds” with four soloists: Jim Leh, tenor, Nancy Bohac, alto, Camryn Trump, soprano, and Bryan Kaiser, bass. The Chorus sings the next selection, “Glory Be Unto God,” then “Patiently Have I Waited For the Lord” with soprano Chris Penner, followed by “In My Heat I Believe,” featuring tenor soloist, Jerry Skaggs. Soprano Jeneen Trump and baritone Mike Kiser sing the wonderful duet: “Blessed is He Who Cometh,” followed by the Chorus with “Wherefore Do the Heathen Clamor?” Soprano Nita Gillham, tenor Don Johnson, and bass Richard Gillham then sing the beautiful trio, “My Soul Doth Magnify.” Nancy Bohac, alto, leads the Chorus in “Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia,” and the chorus finishes the piece with “Arise Now, Daughter of Zion!” and then “Praise Ye the Lord of Hosts.” The Sinfonia for this performance includes: Sam Edgar, Lindsey Jackson, and Olivia Courtney, violins; Holly Evans, viola; Phil Found, cello; Jeff Spielman, bassoon; Tara Edelen, flute; Bryony Trump, clarinet; Janelle Nicolaus, saxophone; Kim Schlup, Ethan Farquhar, trumpets; Lee Lippstrew, Persussion; Mary Smith and Jennifer Linn, keyboards. After a brief intermission, the Sterling High School Jazz Choir, under the direction of Annette Lambrecht, begins the second half of the program with two selections arranged by Mac Huff: “A Million Dreams” and “This is Me.” They join the Chorus for John Rutter’s “Joy to the World,” Sacred Carols and Christmas Hymns beginning with “O Come All Ye Faithful,” by J.F. Wade, “Joy to the World” with words by Isaac Watts, melody by Lowell Mason, “It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” by R.S. Willis with descant by John Rutter, “O Little Town of Bethlehem” by Lewis Redner and descant by John Rutter, “How Great Our Joy!” a German traditional carol, then “While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night” by G.F. Handel, “Three Kings of Orient” by J.H. Hopkins, featuring Jacob Reyes, tenor, Warren Dermer, baritone, and Larry Fetzer, bass. The program ends with Rutter's arrangements of “Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella,” a French traditional carol, English translation by E.C. Nunn, and “God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen,” an English traditional carol. The Master Chorale members include: Soprano – Linda Batty, Destiny Boden, Dillon Boden, Cassidy Brekel, Nita Gillham, Sarah Heimbegner, Linda Kiser, Annette Lambrecht, Susan Martin, Christine Penner, Madison Trahern, Camryn Trump, Jeneen Trump, Lisa Wolever, and Hilea Zwirn; Alto – Nancy Bohac, Audrey Carey, Staline Cooper, Tara Edelen, Sharon Edgar, Holly Evans, Sandy Gibson, Megan Graff, Terri Ann Harms, Deborah Harris, Rita House, Karlene Jones, Kathleen Kloberdanz, Lila Koch, Cindy Kurth, Ann Leh, Dana May, Judy Oyler, Darcy Trump, Karen Urrutia, and Jaci Yula; Tenor – Ginny Applegate, Jerry Applegate, Elijah Hjelm, Mary Lee, Jim Leh, Donna Logan, Jacob Reyes, Jerry Skaggs; Bass – Don Carey, Tony Cristello, Warren Dermer, Larry Fetzer, Richard Gillham, Bryan Kaiser, Michael Kiser, Philip McKibbon, Darrell Smith, and John Yula. The Sterling High School Jazz Choir Members include: Sierra Adolf, Cassie Amador, Destiny Boden, Rece Brown, Lindsay Butler, Jackson Carson, Paige Dettmer, Mikayla Farquhar, Sonja Fennell, Kaitlynn Filer, Elijah Hansen, Quentin Hansen, Rebecca Hester, Eli Hjelm, Mallory Kaiser, Kahylani Langridge, Andrew Lee, Gabe Morales, Kimberly Morales, Nevaeh Mustard, Alex Norell, Lexie Lekawa, Taylor Payne, Karina Pizano, Jeremia Potyondy, Destiny Randall, Brendon Ransdell, Emi Reeves, Dakota Schneider, Jamie Spicer, Lyndi Stumpff, Alexis Tait, Darrian Tait, Madison Trahern, Camryn Trump, Darcy Trump, Ivan Velez, Katie von Steinman, Robert Walraven, Gabriel Walters, and Shyla Webb. Tickets for the performance are $10.00 and may be purchased at KC’s Music & Electronics, Mega Music, Family Food Market, from the Master Chorale members or by calling 970.522.5431. Tickets may also be purchased at the door the day of the concert. Students and children under the age of 12, when accompanied by an adult, are admitted free. Come sing with us! Rehearsals for the Spring Master Chorale concert begin on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2018 at the Sterling High School at 7:00 p.m. For more information, call 970-522-5742.
18 Sep 18
Glittery Bride

JC grew up in Old Lyme, CT while Kendra was raised just a half hour away in a small town equally as beautiful, North Stonington, CT.  They were married at the Jonathan Edwards Winery, just ten minutes from Kendra’s childhood home. Kendra and her girls got ready in the Grand Tower at Foxwoods while JC […]

07 Sep 18
Christy Wilson Photography

The Barn at Allenbrooke Farms is one of Nashville’s true gems for those seeking a genuine Tennessee wedding experience. This beautiful venue is perfectly tucked away among the iconic hills and tree lines that Tennessee is known for, and why I absolutely love getting to shoot at this Nashville location! Between the hanging lights and […]

03 Aug 18
tamibruce

Photographer: Let's Frolic Together / Venue: SmogShoppe / Planner & Stylist: Demaray Events / Catering: Huntington Catering / Floral Design: My Fair Lady's Flowers / Cake Baker: SusieCakes / Invitations & Stationery: Minted / Bride’s Dress: Jim Hjelm at JLM Couture / Bride’s Reception Dress & Bridesmaid Dresses: BHLDN / Groom’s Attire: Hugo Boss / […]

03 Aug 18
tamibruce

Photographer: Let's Frolic Together / Venue: SmogShoppe / Planner & Stylist: Demaray Events / Catering: Huntington Catering / Floral Design: My Fair Lady's Flowers / Cake Baker: SusieCakes / Invitations & Stationery: Minted / Bride’s Dress: Jim Hjelm at JLM Couture / Bride’s Reception Dress & Bridesmaid Dresses: BHLDN / Groom’s Attire: Hugo Boss / […]

02 Aug 18
PhillyLacrosse.com

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 8/1/18 2018 Boys HS All-American, All-State All-League US Lacrosse All-American Eastern PA Joseph Burnham Defense La Salle College HS Patrick Clemens Defense Springfield-Delco HS Michael Clibanoff Goalie La Salle College HS David Closterman III Midfield Academy of the New Church Jeffrey Conner Midfield Strath Haven HS Bryce De Muth Defense Avon Grove HS […]

09 Jul 18
Shoperatic

This gown has a sleek material on the skirt, lace detailing at the top and a back zipper. It says that it is a Size 20 BUT look at the measurements. This dress seems more like a size 14/16. There is a very slight A-line and stretch to the skirt.

One of the straps has been sewn back on from when it came off.

Flat Measurements:
Bust: 19″
Waist: 17″
Hips: 24″
Length: 50.25″

21 Jun 18
Austin Amateur Golf

First round tee times for the 2018 Cup at Great Hills :   AMES, KENNY 8:00 ERICKSON, NICK 8:00 O’NEAL, ADAM 8:00 JORDAHL, MYRON 8:09 REYNOLDS, PEACH 8:09 GRUBBS, JIM 8:09 MATOCHA, VINCE 8:18 KAMPEN, ANDREW 8:18 RITZ, TODD 8:18 SHELL, JEFF 8:27 PEREZ, JOHN 8:27 LUNDQUIST, KEITH 8:27 HUTCHENS, BRET 8:36 ASHLEY, BILL 8:36 […]