Montgomery Locals May 2, 2018
Montgomery Area High School’s Virtuoso gave a stellar trio of performances this past weekend in the high school auditorium. This year’s show was a demanding operetta called “Into the Woods.” It was a colorful blend of intertwining Grimms’ fairytales, humor, and Old World charm. The students embraced the challenging piece and triumphed. They delighted the audience with wonderful vocal performances and skillful comedic acting.
“Into the Woods” was co-directed by Carina McNear and Jessica Carpenter. The show was enhanced with an amazing set designed by James Carpenter that included Rapunzel’s tower that was actually climbed multiple times. The music was provided by a digital orchestra that was programmed and conducted by Brian Rehn.
Many, many congratulations to everyone involved in the show! You should be very proud of yourselves individually and as a group. Thank you for all of your hard work, dedication, and commitment to providing excellent entertainment to the community.
The cast members were: Zofina Fink, Caleb Hipple, Maddie Solano-LaForme, Laura Ulrich, Breanna Gardner, Dylan Ring, Jacob Cuddeback, Carson Bloom, Catalin Tork, Avery Jessel, Kelly Showers, Emily Wolfgang, Grace Bopp, Andrea Cuddeback, Jewels Tawney, McKenzie Heasley, Whitney Bolden, Wyatt Stugart, Gabe Wright, Larry Ryan, Emma Klopp, Jaelyn Woods, Sophia Grab, Megan Bartlow, Molly Slattery, Mirabelle Fink, Emma Woodworth, Anika Barnhart, Mason Schrieber, Bradyn Foresman, Cheyenne Knouse, Natalie St. James, Addison Heasley, Riley Miller, Cara Bossley, Ava Peluso, Sarah Turner, and Maddie Wenner.
The crew members were: Carina McNear, Jessica Carpenter, James Carpenter, Brian Rehn, Courtney Skelton, Brett Hosterman Photography and Design, Emma Klopp, Molly Slattery, Jaelyn Woods, Jermaine Bolden, Jacob Cuddeback, Dylan Ring, Natalie St. James, Riley Miller, Megan Bartlow, Brooke Bartlow, Grace Bopp, Addison Heasley, Ava Peluso, Bailey Seagraves, Mike Phillips, Carter Smith, Spencer Trostle, Maddie Salano-LaForme, Whitney Bolden, and Sophia Grab.
THOT “Have courage and be kind.” Jacob Grimm
Happy 20th Anniversary to Bill and Kate Bashista who are celebrating on May 2.
Happy Anniversary to Jim and Brenda Harman who are celebrating on May 5.
Montgomery Community yard sales will be held May 18-19th. If you live within the Montgomery Area School District and would like to have your fundraiser listed on the official map, please contact Fae Herb by May 13 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hometown Hero Banner orders are being accepted until August. Forms are available at Montgomery Borough Office, the Clinton Township Office, and Montgomery Weis Market.
If you are interested in joining the Montgomery Lions Club please call Roger McRae at 570-971-2825 for more information.
Sun. May 6 An All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast fundraiser to benefit Montgomery Area High School Varsity Baseball will be held at the Oak Grove Community Center from 8-11 a.m. The menu includes French toast, pancakes, bacon, sausage, sausage gravy, biscuits, fried potatoes, eggs, toast, fruit, and beverages.
Sun. May 6 The Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company will be having a breakfast fundraiser at the Carnival Grounds from 7-11 am. The menu will include pancakes, bacon, sausage, eggs made to order, toast, and juice, coffee, or milk.
Mon. May 7- Sat May 12 The Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company Carnival will be held at the carnival grounds from 5-11 p.m.
Tues. May 8 The Montgomery Borough Council will meet in the Borough Building at 6:30 p.m.
Weds. May 9 The Jr. High, Sr. High, and Jazz Band will have their spring concert at 7 p.m. in the High School Auditorium.
Sat. May 12 The Montgomery Area Historical Society will have the Adam Room open from 10 a.m. -1 p.m.
Sat. May 12 The Carnival Parade will begin at 5 pm. Any groups or individuals wishing to be in the parade can go to the Weis parking lot where the parade forms at 4 pm, no pre-registration is necessary. All fire fighting vehicles will form at the football field at 4 p.m.