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White House Christmas Party 2018

White House Christmas Party 2018

Sara Michel, Reporter

December 20, 2018

Chorus Rehearses For Winter Concert

Kayliah Kendrix, Reporter

December 18, 2018

   

Orchestra Concert Has Been Rescheduled

Anne Johnakin, Editor

December 11, 2018

Due to the snow days, the Orchestra and Guitar concert originally scheduled for December 11 had been moved to Tuesday January 8 at 7:30 pm. Muscians will be expected to report at 6:30 pm. This winter concert will include selections of Christmas music as well as classical pieces, such as Schubert's...

Colonial Forge Blood Drive

A blood drive volunteer explains to Mrs. Diamantopoulos what to be aware of after donating blood.

Kayliah Kendrix, Reporter

December 4, 2018

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Playing With Purpose: Bisco Discusses Music and Tri-M

Natally Bisco ('19) playing the violin at church while her father plays the piano.

Connor Merk, Editor

December 4, 2018

Natally Bisco (‘19) has been playing the violin, piano, guitar and ukulele since she was child. As a senior, she serves as the president of the orchestra division of Tri-M, which is the Music Honor Society. “I began playing the violin in 5th grade. I started the piano when I was 6, but became ...

Leo Club Canned Food Collection

By the end of the meeting, this is the amount of cans Leo club members brought.

Sara Michel, Reporter

November 26, 2018

Summer Adventures: Elizabeth Bodolay Gets Deep With Scuba Diving

Elizabeth Bodolay practices scuba diving at the YMCA.

Sara Michel, Reporter

October 30, 2018

This past summer, Elizabeth Bodolay (‘20) learned to scuba diving in the Rappahannock Quarry, and through that experience she also learned about herself. Bodolay went through the depths of the Rappahannock Quarry. She saw different types of animals in the water and saw where each of those animals live...

Art Attacks the Streets of Fredericksburg

Art Attacks the Streets of Fredericksburg

Amanda Lineweaver, Reporter

October 18, 2018

Belly dancers gyrating, a small boy jamming out on an electric guitar, and an opera singer belting an aria were a few of the many different kinds of people and things that were seen and heard performing on the streets of Downtown Fredericksburg. On Saturday, September 22, approximately 200 artists f...

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