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Students Sing Soup Songs

Glenwood News for May 17

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GLENWOOD HOMEMAKERS

Debbie Allaway directed the annual Glenwood School Spring Concert on May 9. The program began with the kindergarten through second grade students singing songs "Making Stone Soup" and "Stone Soup," and doing a dance from the play "Stone Soup."

Third through fifth graders appeared in a cute play called "The Case of the Missing Part of Speech -- A Melogrammar." The play featured Kinley Troh as Professor McMertrue who was looking for a particular part of speech that was missing from a speech she was writing. She was aided by Det. Hargraves (Lilly Molneaux) and Hector the dog (Bailey Gimlin) as they explored various parts of speech. Each part of speech sang an explanation of their purpose as they tried to help Prof. McMertrue find the part she was looking for. Parts of speech included Herb the Verb (Andy McFall); Nouns (Nick Palmer, Carmen Guzman, Erika Hernandez, Kaitlyn Masden, Ashley Marlatte, and Nahaleigh Schuster); Adjective (Brian Whitefield); Adverb (Bella Couch); Preposition (Derek Gimlin); Interjection (Marquis Tyndall); Conjunction (Liam McLaughlan); and Pronoun (Max Jacobsen).

The program concluded with the middle school and high school bands consolidating to perform "Procession from the Water Music," the theme from "Chariots of Fire," "The Man From Snowy River," and "God Bless America." Band students played the following instruments: Bethany Putnam -- flute; Tiffany McCoy, Vicky Valdez and Madi Couch -- clarinets; Spencer Hallenbeck -- alto sax; Becca Hallenbeck -- trumpet; and Forrest Putnam -- trombone.

Kudos to Mrs. Allaway and each of her students for working so hard to present a wonderful program for the community!

While rodeo season is just getting underway for 2012, the Glenwood Rodeo Association Queen Coordinator Roxie Clemmer is already organizing tryouts for the 2013 Ketchum Kalf Rodeo Queen. Girls who are interested in trying out must contact Roxie by May 21 at 364-3539 or clemmerincat@wildblue.net. Tryouts will include a horsemanship pattern, parade appearance, personal interview and arena run-ins during the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo, June 16 and 17 in Glenwood. Age requirements are between 14 and 19 as of Jan. 1, 2012.

Plans are underway for the annual Glenwood Rodeo Parade on Sunday, June 17. Parade entrants are asked to pre-register by June 10 this year. Please contact Chris Kuhnhausen at 364-3627 or 75 Lakeside Road, Glenwood, Wash. 98619 for a parade entry form. All types of entries are being sought including individual and group walkers, bikers, floats, musical entries, equestrian groups and individuals, trucks, tractors, cars -- both new and antique, political entries, etc.

Coming Events:

May 23: Awards banquet at 6:30 p.m.

JUne 1-3: Klickitat Trek Endurance Ride.

June 2: PTO Community Days bazaar and yard sale.

June 2: PMCC youth yard sale and pancake feed at the church from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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