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Congratulations to Audrey Rich for being a recipient of the Lilly Scholarship.
Audrey was surprised during choir yesterday. We are proud of you!
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Greg Buchanan September 10 at :7:00pm

Sponsored by the Lakeland Community Concert Association  

Greg is a world-class harpist whose aggressive style of playing usually redefines the listeners concept of performance on the harp. His superb musicianship combined with an enthusiastic attitude toward the Christian life has made him one of the most sought-after Christian performers in America for the past 27 years.
In his early years, there seemed to be nothing Greg Buchanan could not do when it came to music. He was just three when his mother- a singer, dancer and Shakespearean actress- sat him on her lap and began teaching him piano. But the first harp player in the family was Gregs older sister Lucy. Greg watched her play, and at the age of nine, he decided the harp was for him. It wasnt long before Gregs tremendous music ability put him in the spotlight. As he entered and won harp competitions, his future seemed very bright at least musically.
Naturally gifted to play the harp, he excelled and progressed quickly. As a young man, he spent four years in the United States Navy Band stationed in Washington, D.C. Following his military service, Greg entered the southern California music scene where he experienced the glamour of professional success. His personal life, however, was a dark paradox. At the age of 13, Greg had been introduced to alcohol. This addiction was now in full control and thrust Gregs life into the downward spiral of alcoholism, drug abuse. He dabbled in the occult and found himself in and out of mental hospitals and jails. In the fall of 1981, Greg left the music scene and entered college, determined to reconstruct the fibers of his life that had so quickly unraveled. During this time, a friend invited Greg off the streets of Hollywood to a Christian concert. Jesus Christ entered Gregs heart that night and the Holy Spirit began the process of repairing and healing the broken man who was so desperately searching for a new beginning. Greg readily gives God credit for everything he has today, and for bringing him from the depths of worldly living to the triumphant life he now lives.


Tickets on Sale Now! 

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the Warsaw Performing Arts Center box office at 574-371-5040. 

Tickets are just $18.00. Students 18 and under are free with a paying adult. Make sure to check him out on
youtube at:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1ftTZCt7t4
 
and on his webiste at: http://gregbuchananministries.org/
 
An exceptional concert with an exceptional christian harpist!





The following WCHS Advanced Orchestra students received medals at ISSMA State Solo & Ensemble Contest in Indianapolis Saturday, Feb 27:

Pictured from left:

Analiese Helms, gold medal for violin solo, gold medal for viola solo and gold medal for playing viola in Mozart Trio

Lydia Harrison, silver medal for cello solo

Noah Diaz, gold medal for playing violin in Mozart Trio

James Chan, gold medal for violin solo and gold medal for playing violin in Mozart Trio

That adds up to 6 gold medals and one silver medal! Congratulations to all of these students!

Thirty-five members of the Warsaw Community High School Band performed at the Indiana State School Music Association State Solo and Ensemble competition.

Eleven solos and four ensembles qualified for the state competition, which was held at North Central High School in Indianapolis on Saturday, Feb. 27.

All four ensembles – the flute quartet, saxophone choir and two percussion ensembles - received gold ratings for their performances at the state competition. Ten soloists earned gold ratings for their performances. These soloists are Samuel Bolduc, trombone; Katharine Engler, flute; Jannalynn Niebbia, flute; Kole Smith, trumpet; Jacob Snider, tuba; Paige Spratt, French horn; Martha Robison, flute and piccolo; and Lyndsey Wolfe, flute and alto flute.

Sara Perkins, alto saxophone, earned a silver rating for her solo. All 35 band members who qualified earned a gold medal in at least one event. The WCHS Band program is under the direction of Mickey Ratliff and Emily Mikel.

Somewhere Else Dreams
Warsaw Performing Arts Center
March 9th, 2018 @ 7:30pm
March 10, 2018 @ 7:30pm


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Warsaw Community High School Drama Department presents Somewhere Else Dreams by Jeffrey Strausser, A Full Length Comedy. Warsaw Performing Arts Center Friday, March 9 and Saturday, March 10 at 7:30pm. Admission prices are $10.00 for adults, $6.00 for student and senior citizens. To purchase tickets please visit our website at www.warsawPAC.org or call the Box Office at (574) 371-5040, tickets on sale weekdays from 7:00-3:30pm....

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