Glenelg's color guard performance inspired by new day [West Friendship]
By Lisa Peklo
Howard County Times|
Apr 19, 2018 at 2:00 PM
Grace and precision is their middle name. Congratulations to the Glenelg High School Color Guard who recently competed in the Tournament of Bands Indoor Association competition circuit with a dazzling rendition of their program "A New Life" to the music of Michael Buble.
The lively and lyrical piece, inspired by the hope of a new day in which to celebrate the gift of life, concluded with a message highlighting breast cancer awareness with the subtle but powerful colorful awareness ribbon silks. T
he color guard recently competed in Williamsburg,Virginia, at the Festivals of Music and will conclude its season of dance with the its annual performance, along with the acclaimed Glenelg Jazz Band at "Jazz Under the Stars" on May 26. Captained by Chloe Qualls, the team's members include Rachel Ball, Mary Delph, Kayleigh Linsenmeyer, Madie Calhoun, Hannah Dougherty-Vona and Gabby Youshaw. Glenelg High School Color Guard directorJen Blizzard-Sisk could not be more proud of her team. Blizzard-Sisk's enthusiasm is contagious and her prowess at leading this extraordinary team is legend. Any middle or high school student interested in auditioning for the color guard may attend an upcoming clinic on May 13-17, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Interested? Questions? Contact Jen Blizzard-Sisk a email@example.com.
This time of year there is some sort of activity at the Howard County fairgrounds in West Friendship every weekend. The folks at the Howard County Antique Farm Machinery Club are readying for the big sale of the year on April 21, beginning at 9 a.m. This is the 23rd Annual Consignment Sale and Auction with antiques, farm equipment, tools, golf carts, shrubbery, building supplies, household items and lots more.
Saint James United Methodist Church Spring Fling is set for May 12, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Just in time for Mother's Day, the sale includes bedding plants, hanging baskets, tons of flea market finds, hot breakfast and lunch, bake sale items and more. If you would like to reserve a yard sale space, contact the church office at 410-442-2020.
Similarly, organizers of Shepherd of the Glen Lutheran Church's spring flea market and mini-book sale are taking reservations for free yard sale spaces for the June 9 sale. Contact Carole Kramer at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot.