NSCS concert fund-raiser
North Sound Christian School Senior High Choir is holding a benefit concert at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 at Calvary Fellowship, 23302 56th Ave. W. in Mountlake Terrace. The choir will present a concert of Southern gospel (The Crossroads Quartet), choral music (NSCS Singers), and sanctified blues band (The Messenger Band). Each group mentioned above includes members of the North Sound Christian School family.
A free will offering will be taken to raise support for the choir’s trip to sing at Carnegie Hall in May of 2006. The ensemble has been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in a select choral Masterworks Performance Concert Series, with other singers from around the country for a five-day Manhattan residency from May 24-28. They will then be involved in a performance in legendary Carnegie Hall accompanied by a full symphony orchestra and professional soloists with guest conductor James Melton at the podium.
For more information about North Sound Christian Schools or questions about the event please contact choir director Kari Morris; Debbie Schindler, district superintendent and jr./sr. high administrator or Phil Johnson, director of development at 425-774-7773.
Brighton raises funds for relief
Fifth-grade students at Brighton School in Lynnwood raised $405 for the victims of Hurricane Katrina in just one hour last month, thanks to a lunchtime bake sale at the school. Half of the money went to benefit humans in need through the American Red Cross, while the other half went to charities that are helping displaced animals in the gulf coast region, according to Assistant Principal Melanie Elder.
School celebrates Veterans Day
The public is invited to join North Sound Christian School Jr./Sr. High students, families, faculty and staff as they host a Veterans Day celebration honoring all those who have served our country in the armed services and in remembrance of all those who have given their life for our country. It will begin at 9:45 a.m. Nov. 10 in the school’s gym at 23607 54th Ave. W. in Mountlake Terrace. This event will involve the jr./sr. high school band and choir, and include a “community sing” of patriotic songs.
The local American Legion Hall will provide a color guard for the event. The school also plans to involve local groups such as churches, Boy Scouts and civic leaders at this event.
North Sound Christian invites men and women who have served our country in the armed forces to come in their uniforms as they plan to honor each branch of the service.
For more information about North Sound Christian Schools or questions about the event please contact Cris Sherman, band director; Debbie Schindler, district superintendent and jr./sr. high administrator or Phil Johnson, director of development at 425-774-7773.
College foundation raises $17,000
More than 25 local businesses and 100 individual golfers contributed to the Edmonds Community College Foundation golf classic in September and raised more than $17,000 to support the college.
The foundation provides grants to faculty and staff at Edmonds and also gives scholarships to students. Last year, it awarded $35,000 to faculty and staff for college programs and provided 160 students with more than $100,000 in scholarships.
This year’s tournament took place at Harbour Pointe Golf Club in Mukilteo and featured guest golfer Keith Coleman, a two-time winner of the Washington Open and an Edmonds Community College alumnus.
For more information about the Edmonds Community College Foundation call 425-640-1274, e-mail email@example.com or go to http://foundation.edcc.edu.
WSU recognizes local students
The following Washington State University students have earned recognition on the summer 2005 President’s Honor Roll, according to the registrar’s office.
To be eligible for the WSU honor roll, a full-time student must earn a 3.75 grade-point average for the semester or have maintained a 3.5 cumulative GPA.
From Edmonds: Brock Allen Beckner, Russell Shane Hansen, Casey Jean Long, Chad Anthony Ozog and Deborah Lynn Skidmore;
From Lynnwood: Cher Cha, Wanida Klinthavorn, Kelsey Alexis Mildes, Christine Lynn Osburn, Laura Ann Russell and Magdalena Sulc.
College site wins gold
Edmonds Community College received top honors for its new high school marketing efforts at the October district conference of the National Council of Marketing &Public Relations.
Both the college’s brochure with the theme, “Success is Your Responsibility, Opportunity is Ours” and its Web site, future.edcc.edu, earned Gold Medallion awards for exceptional design and content.
The brochure and Web site were designed with input from local high school students to include information about financial aid and scholarships, programs of study, tuition and college life.