THURSDAY of CHOIR CAMP
From Ms. Sunde
|REX-IN-AETERNUM-VIVE!!!!!!! Wow!! We sure made a lot of progress today. Can you believe how far we've come since Monday morning??? You sang so beautifully at Mass today. Please remember to wear clothes that will be comfortable under your costumes tomorrow. I'm already getting kinda sad about camp ending tomorrow. So let's make the VERY most of it and enjoy the time we have left together. You ROCK at this!|
The Play of Daniel is Friday, August 10 at 1:45pm
Tell your mom, dad, aunts, uncles, grandparents, godparents,
friends, neighbors, whoever!
Photos for Today
Photo by Mrs. Newhall
The morning surprise was Ms. Peggy Monroe, who demonstrated how to work a noisemaker. You'll hear it tomorrow during the Play of Daniel. Photo by Mrs. Newhall
Keyboard students got to practice their pieces with Mr. Kraus and then perform them on the organ for all of the campers. Some of them even used the pedals! Photo by Mrs. Newhall
Exploring the inside of the great organ. The air comes pouring out of the blower!
Photo by Mrs. Newhall
Father Woodland celebrated Mass with us at Noon.
The Evil Counselor doesn't look so evil in this picture! Photo by Mrs. Newhall
We did our first dress rehearsal for the Play of Daniel. Click here to listen to us practicing "REX! In Aeternum VIVE!"
Archbishop Brunett dropped in to visit us during our dress rehearsal today. Thank you, Archbishop Brunett!
Daniel and his friends...
These are King Belshazzar's counselors, bringing in the gifts stolen from the Hebrew temple.
Daniel in the Lion's Den. He doesn't lose faith!
The Hebrew Children in the Fiery Furnace.
Some quiet time in the Archbishop Murphy Courtyard. Click here to listen in.
Assorted THANK YOUS!
|Dear Mr. Kraus, Thank you for taking us on a tour through the organ.
Dear Mr. McGee, Thank you for teaching me songs. You sing like an Opera person. This is an experience like no other.
Dear Dr. Savage, Thank you for showing me how to play the xylophone. I really am enjoying camp. It is an experience I will never forget.
Dear Mrs. Pepin, Thank you for teaching us singing and reading to us. You are 1st in my fav teacher list.
Dear Mr. McGee, Thank you so very much. I love singing with you. God bless you.
Dear Mr. Kraus, Thank you so much for all you did and showed us at camp. I will never forget about the secret staircase, and don't worry, I won't tell.
Dear Mr. McGee, Thank you so much for a wonderful experience at camp. I will never forget it. I'll see you in the fall.
Dear Mr. Kraus, Thank you for a great experience and the secret staircase. I had such a good time this year that I will definitely come back the next!
Dear Ms. Newhall, I love choir camp. It is so much fun. My dream is being part of the choir.
Dear Ms. Zylstra, Thank you so much for helping the princesses prepare for the Play of Daniel. Your time is very much appreciated. Thanks again!
Dear TAs and Volunteers, Thank you so much for your help. You have made this whole experience so much easier, from passing out music to helping with snacks. All your time and hard work is very much appreciated. Thanks again!
Dear TAs, Thanks for all the effort you put forth to make this possible.
Mr. Schmidt, Thank you for sticking with us even through the rough times. Thank you for teaching us the songs and movements. You did a good job.
Dear Mrs. Leen, Thank you so much for all you did for all this week.
Dear Ms. Zylstra and Ms. Cotton, Thank you so much for helping us with our part of the play. Because of you, we know our music and where we are supposed to be at what time. Thank you!
Dear TAs, Thank you for making so much more fun! We got to talk to you and you helped us a lot!
Dear Mr. Schmidt, Thanks for giving the time and effort to teach us all the music for the Daniel play. *hug* Yaaay. Thanks soooo much.
Dear TAs, Thank you all for giving up your time this week to helping us out. I am very thankful for everything you've done. *big hug*
Dear Mr. Schmidt, Thank you for helping teach me to sing beautifully. I learned a LOT!
Dear Archbishop Brunett, Thank you so much for supporting youth music at St. James. You mean a lot to us.
Dear Staff/TAs, Thank you for giving your time. We are all so grateful to you. Emily Hart ROCKS!
Dear Madame Z, Thank you for helping us memorize our lines and working wiht us on expression. We really appreciate it. Also! Thank you, Mrs. Cotton, for helping us with our choreography.
Dear Mrs. Cotton, Thank you for helping us learn how to do the rose petal, the "S," and all the other stuff.
Thank you, Ms. Price, for working on our songs with us and helping us get ready for the performance.
Thank you, Mrs. Ponten and Mr. Kraus, for helping out with the Hebrew Children.
Dear Mrs. Leen, Thank you so much for helping us with the play. I have learned a lot and have had a lot of fun!
Dear Ms. Zylstra, I had so much fun having you teach me! I am so excited now that I know the music I can start to go to the second step!
Ms. Patella, Thank you for your efforts in helping me prepare for the Daniel play. I will remember to tell the story, not read it. ;)
Dear Ms. Zylstra, Thanks so much for helping us sing Latin. It's going to be an awesome production!
Dear Mrs. Leen, Thank you so much for training and preparing us for the play. We enjoy you, and those exercises we do are fun, they also help us to warm up. Once again, thank you for all the things you have done!
Ms. Zylstra, thank you for telling me how to be a princess.
Dear Ms. Sunde, Thank you for all that you do. You are a great teacher. I am coming here next year. P.S. TA's rock!
Dear Mr. Schmidt, Thank you so much for helping us remember our songs and be good satraps.
Dear Ms. Sunde, Thanks so much for coaching us for the Daniel play. We're going to do our best up there and it's all thanks to you.
Dear Ms. Price, Thank you for all the time you take to help us do the part of the wizards.
Dear TAs, Thank you for volunteering to help us. It was a very good choice because we're all very fun.
Dear Ms. Price, Thank you for teaching us the songs that we needed to learn. The wizards appreciate it a lot. You have wonderful teaching techniques.
Dear Ms. Sunde, Thank you for doing so much for the choir camp. You taught me so much. Without you, I bet this camp wouldn't be as fun or great as it is.
Dear Staff/TAs, Thank you for doing what I thought was stupendous work. You taking your time to help us out means a lot to me!
Dear Ms. Zylstra, Thank you so much for your time, effort, and voice which were greatly appreciated as we practiced our role of princesses. Your encouragement and knowledge made all of the princesses look forward to the afternoon rehearsals. Thanks again. God bless.
Dear TAs, Thank you soooo much for being there to help all of us with our singing talent and helping it to grow. You have helped us so much with our singing career! Thank you again!
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