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December 18, 2014
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The schools are alive,with the sound of music!


Like an early Christmas gift, the music students at the Roscoe Central School have been invited to perform at the United Nations in May, 2012. To raise funds, the kids are selling Gertrude Hawke Chocolates (good stocking stuffer!) and “any donations to the cause will be greatly appreciated.” To participate in this worthy musical cause, give the school a jingle at 607/498-5777.

Grahamsville greetings

Two winter concerts are scheduled for the Tri-Valley School district. On Tuesday, December 13, grades 5-8 will perform and on Tuesday, December 20, grades 9-12 will be in residence at the Bernstein Theatre on the school campus-located at 34 Moore Hill Road in Grahamsville. For more information, call 845/985-2296.

Listen in Liberty

The Middle School Concert (Part 1) will take place on Thursday, December 8 (snow date, 12/12). The program will feature the seventh and eighth grade string orchestra, concert choir, band and the Middle School Jazz Ensemble.
The Middle School Concert (Part 2) will take place on Wednesday, December 14 (snow date 12/15) featuring the Middle School Woodwind Ensemble, the fifth and sixth grade orchestra, chorus and band.

A variety of music will be performed in all of the concerts. The groups will be performing under the direction of Scott Glasser, Tim Hamblin, Dan McConnell, Emily Ford and Gary Siegel. The festivities will begin at 7 p.m. for all of the concerts and will take place in the David E. Panebaker Auditorium at Liberty High School.

In addition, there will be a High School Winter Concert Assembly Program on Friday, December 9 (time to be announced) and a Middle School Winter Concert Assembly Program on Friday, December 16 in the high school auditorium at 1:00 p.m.