Mustang Monitor: December 7
Greetings on the countdown,
If you are new to Mustang Mountain; remember, I told you it would get busy…, then busier! We are there!!!!!!
What a great OrthoArkansas Tournament! Thank yous to so many who helped make it happen. To athletic trainer, Traci Byrd, for her organization and working hard to take care of the coaches. To junior cheer sponsor, Barb Caspary, who coordinated the great hospitality room to care for those who were working and needed the nourishment. To Sarah and Jeff Fairchild who ran the concession stand juggling a good many workers. To Ken Roberts, Mark Hodges and Russell Quattlebaum who tirelessly (you know what I mean) worked the score table to produce these games. And to YOU, the fans, who came or sent great support for these student athletes. This tournament is a large task and must have the help of many to pull it off. I think we did and for your contribution and support in so many ways, I remain most appreciative. Thank you!
We continue a somewhat torrid pace. This week’s Fine Arts offerings will continue to kick off the season of celebration and great joy. All Mustang Choirs, grades 7 through 12, will present their holiday concert at 3:00 this afternoon in Cone Auditorium. The tinsel is hung, the tree is lit! Come on out for about and hour of holiday music and spirit. Having heard them in rehearsal, I’m quite sure you will enjoy and be uplifted by so many voices doing an outstanding job. A Mustang thank you to directors, Janice Northen and Tori Beach for their leadership and efforts.
Thursday, the act will be repeated with the holiday presentation of the Mustang Band program. Again, the show will feature students in grades 7 through 12 and provide some additional festive music. The band concert begins at 7:00 pm under the quality guidance of maestro, Aaron Leverette!
And, there are some ball games and numerous other activities in the mix as well. We hope you can make as many as possible and join in a variety of activities in assorted venues that all feature our great students. Until then, we are most appreciative for you and your support, prayers, attendance and trust. Give us a shout if we may be of help or drop in to visit when in the area.
Doug Killgore, CMAA