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Grade School Holds Music Program

The 2019 Saint Francis elementary fall music program entertained more than 300 guests on October 24. 

The kindergarten through second grade put on “A Fall Folk Song Festival. They sang, nine All-American folk songs. Some of the songs were “She’ll Be Comin’ Round The Mountain”, “Oh, Susannah” and “I’ve Been Working On The Railroad”. Soloists for “Oh, Susannah” were Billeigh Lampe and Noelle Straub-Marquez. Soloist for “Clementine” were Olivia Douthit. There was also a folktale, “The Little Red Hen”, a skit, “Crawdad Hole” and a folk dance to “The Virginia Reel”. Along with all of the singing and dancing, there were also numerous speaking parts.

The third through fifth grade put on “Education Rocks”. The kids played roles as teacher, staff, and students. Bella Bandel took on the role of Mrs. Ochsner. Dailey Rose was Mrs. Confer, Gus Gardner played the role of Mr. Swihart And Karly Workman was Miss Jacki. Reagan Milne was Ms. Grace. Marlin was played by Hunter Wiswell and Gary was Zane Jensen. For P.E., Maci Workman was Mrs. Hingst. Lunch ladies, Loretta, Sharon, And Deanna were played by Cashlym Donhue, Audree Schlepp, and Jayde Fiedler. Ashleigh Barnhart was in the role of Mrs. O’Brien. Gerald Lobmeyer was playing Mr. Kechter. Lastly, Miss Raile was played by Aspen Wiswell. The kids took on their roles very well with well thought out costumes and props. Along with the speaking parts there was lots of singing and dancing. 

Mrs. Confer and the grade schoolers would also like to give a special thanks for Darla Raile, Jacki Butler, Pat Confer, backdrops, Dana Timmons, lights and stage crew, Gus Garner, Brecken Tiegs, Reagan Milne and Maci Workman, stage crew, Deanna Kreigh, Jennifer Milne, Karen Moberly and Corbin Sherlock, misc. Help, Lea Keller, K-2 narrations, St. Francis PTO, Donations, Marlin Queen, videotape, Marlin Queen and Gary Meyer, custodians and all of the classroom teachers for assistance and help throughout program rehearsals. 

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