Lansing HS Concert in the Courtyard

Jun202014

Lansing HS Concert in the Courtyard

 

The Lansing High School concert last Friday may not have been in the courtyard this year (because of weather), but the wet weather didn't dampen the spirits of the performances. The Lansing Show Choir and Varsity Chorale performed under the direction of Lorrene Adams. To get the full effect it's best to attend the concerts live, but here is a sampling of this year's Concert in the Courtyard.

It Takes a Village
Varsity Chorale



Sgt. Pepper
Show Choir



Linus and Lucy
Varsity Chorale



Shenandoah
Varsity Chorale

v10i23
Follow us on Facebook!Click Here for Our RSS News FeedsClick Here for Our RSS News Feedsemailicon34
Don't Miss an Issue!
Get a reminder every Friday when a new issue of the Lansing Star is published.
Your Email Address:

Pet of the Week

BinksPoor Binks, one of our most handsome black kitties, was found abandoned at a home in Lansing. Despite this neglect, he loves people and hopes to be someone’s new loyal companion. When you sit down, he’ll approach you with a head butt and soft meow. If you're having a bad day, he’ll sit next to you and share some purrs with you. If you're excited, he’ll run around and play too! At two years young, Binks has a full lifetime to be your best friend. Although he was diagnosed with FIV, he will live a completely normal life, other than the fact that he will need to be an indoor only kitty and should be the only feline in the home. However, if you have an FIV positive cat already in your home, that would work out just fine! Come spend some time with him, fall in love like the rest of us have, and offer him a second chance at life – he deserves it!

Visit the SPCA Web Page

v10i40

We're Family Rated


ssurf.gifssurf.gif

Lansing Trivia

Matt Christopher, one of the most prolific authors of sports books in the world, was from Lansing

Advertise in the Star