For most students, school obligations were completed at the close of the school year but that wasn’t the situation for some of Boscobel High School’s vocal students.
What began as a friendly inquiry with the manager of “Just a Game” Sports Complex in Wisconsin Dells lead to the singing of the National Anthem on June 20-21 for the North/South High School Boys/Girls All-Star Basketball games. What a great experience for these students and they were treated to water passes to Mt. Olympus.
Boscobel High School Choir was selected through an audition process to also sing the National Anthem on Saturday, June 28 at the Brewers vs. Colorado Rockies Major League baseball game at Miller Park in Milwaukee.
No journey to Miller Park would be complete without experiencing the tail-gaiting experience. Despite a brief rainstorm, chefs Mark and Matt Cashman had everything under control, with Pam Cashman making sure there was enough food for all.
After gathering in the Brewer Media Center for warm ups, the choir ventured through tunnels onto the ball diamond and sang their hearts out! To top it off the Brewers won the game!
Former choir director Sandra Johnson, says this would not have been possible without the help of the Boscobel Music Boosters, Boscobel Board of Education, Principal Greg Bell, the many chaperone, area businesses for the Bingo donation, Mark and Pam Cashman and, most importantly, the students.
The students who performed at Miller Park were Rachel Yahn, Adrianna Welsh, Kristen Adams, Tianna Salzgeber, Kayla Hackl, Kaylee Brandes, Kenzie Trumm, Gideon Dalton, Alicia Brisbois, Pedro Diego, Yasmine Cardenas, Quantaya Grapes, Taran Newton, Leah Bloedow, Montana Rutherford, Samantha Manning, Kaitlyn Bredeson, Kaye Woodke, Brenna Kvigne, Austin Wunnicke, Spencer Lange, Trevor Martin, Nolan Robinson, Chandler Cashman, Jamie Dilley. Trianna Ley, Katherine Suazo, Andy Faulkner, Jada Linder, MacKenzie Fischer, Colton Rutherford, Cauy Isaacson, Nick Russell, Chandler Brindley, Lazer Frey, Casey Frey, Marcus Stalsberg and was directed by Sandi Johnson.
“Your family, school, community and director are very proud of your performance and representation for Boscobel High School,” Johnson said.