Roadwork has been done to improve the area’s roads. It has made it possible for the farmers to get seed cleaning started with semi loads of grain being cleaned.
The private music students of the Lustre area gave a recital in the chapel of the Lustre Christian High School on Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. Dan Marasco welcomed the overflow audience, thanking students for their diligent work and explaining the importance of passing on music skills in the fabric of community life.
All students played on the grand piano, except one saxophonist. Kencia Brown played On an Irish Green and Goodness of God. Seven year old Marlee Reddig played
Swans on the Lake and Quiet River. Ashtyn Traeholt played Make Me a Servant and Sailing.
Drew Reddig played Come to my House. Aubrey Klatt played Trumpet Voluntary and This Little Light of Mine. Sarah Marasco played Robert Schumann’s “Little Lullaby”. Christopher Traeholt played J.H.Fillmore’s I am Resolved. Justin Schiller played Blessed Assurance and Long Long Ago on his saxophone. Harlo Reddig played Song of Hope.
Hannah Marasco played
Daydreaming by Timothy Brown. Nancy Schiller played
Skip to My Lou and Jumping Beans. Lauren Fast played Introduction and Dance and Canon in D. Harmonee Utchmann played The Funny Bunny and The Big Parade.
Hannah Pancratz played I’ve Been Wishing. Sidney Klatt played Menuet in G Major and As the Deer. Daniel Marasco played We are One in the Spirit. Tessa Olfert closed the recital with Canon in D and Ye Old Balloon Race. What an enjoyable afternoon.
Mr. Marasco thanked the parents for their support and the teachers for their work. The teachers were Sarah Brown, Dan and Melissa Marasco, Jami Ortmann, Eileen Traeholt and Vivian Wall. Thank you Melissa for organizing the recital.
LCHS spring music concert will be held at 7 p.m. at the Lustre EMB Church on Wednesday, May 3. The students who qualified for State Music Festival will attend on Friday, May 5.