June 12-13, 2009
In addition to the chapter representation, another camp highlight was the attendance of our newest chapter quartet, Good Fourtune. Tenor, Charlie Wilson; Lead, Jim Wolfe; Bass, Luke Frohnapfel; and baritone, Jim Bishop came to camp for coaching and performed an excellent song for the big show on Saturday night. Check them out.
We also payed a visit to the apple tree that the chapter planted on the Kenyon College campus a few years ago. The tree, which is flourishing by the way, stands as a tribute to Ed Crosley and his years of effort and leadership related to Apple Corps.
Technical note: Collages, like the one below, should enlarge to be more viewable if you left-click once on them. Then just click on the "back" arrow of your browser to return to the bulletin page.
(Note: We have exhausted all bio sheets, so unless more come in before the next bulletin issue (July 13) we will have to temporarily suspend the Getting To Know Us feature from the bulletin)
Chris Eitman 6/23
Charlie Horning 6/28
George Bachmann 7/1
Virgil Koppes 7/4
Larry Steele 7/4
Dan Nichols 7/7
Kirk Roose 7/12
Kurt Spenoso 7/12
Downbeat- The first beat in a bar. (ok, insert your own joke here)
Inside Smile- A mental imagery concept that aids in lifting the upper lip away from the front teeth. It assists in extending the vocal tract, raising the soft palate and adds animation to the face.
Resonance- A body of air that vibrates. The singer attempts to control the 'containee' which holds the air, thus affecting quality
Up Beat- The last beat in the bar (No more jokes, please)
Below are pictures of the guests(from the right) David Breen, Jim Cleeland, Clifford Crocker,and Taylor and Victor Salmons, sons of Erik.