Our Fine Four Fendered Friend!

Our Fine Four Fendered Friend!

I haven't had the pleasure of attending a Walled Lake School District theatrical production before last night. As is typical with most parents, as soon as their child signs up to be involved, presence is voluntarily obligatory. I was excited to hear my son play with the orchestra accompanying the actors singing in Walled Lake Northern's production of CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. Once again I was impressed with the quality of Walled Lake Schools Performing Arts Department. I found myself Continue reading

Start of the Season!

Start of the Season!

Start of the Season!, originally uploaded by cletch. Tonight's game marks the start of football season but in our house it marks the start of Marching Band Season! Pat Williams 248-842-5527 CyberCletch LLC Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry Continue reading

Window to the World

Window to the World

Media has always been the window to the world for those of us who don't get to see it ourselves. Personally, I've always believed that it's best to "see for yourself," especially when it comes to opinions of others. I listen, file the information, and wait to make my final interpretations when I see the subject with my own eyes. This applies to many areas in my life, including relationships and locations. Over and over again I've learned that my opinions differ from others and that Continue reading

The Polar Express by WLN Wind Ensemble

The Polar Express by WLN Wind Ensemble

Here is the Walled Lake Northern High School's Symphony Orchestra performing The Polar Express during their Winter Concert on 12-10-09. Continue reading

1st Peek: 2009 Walled Lake Northern Marching Band

I've been a little slow in posting this but here is the post-camp performance of the Walled Lake Northern Marching Band. I wanted to keep Mary Hulliberger's introductions and volunteer thanks but I was limited by upload time and file size. If you're a WLNMB parent and want a copy of the entire performance, drop me an email and I'll make a copy for you. It's so hard to believe that these kids have learned their routines and music in only two weeks! A week of day camp at the school and a Continue reading