|This and That - Mother’s Day and kindergarten|
|Written by Helen Kaverman|
|Monday, May 14, 2012 10:06 AM|
I’d like to take this opportunity to compliment and praise the 39 children of the two kindergarten classes at The Fort Jennings Elementary School for a beautiful job they did singing our National Anthem at the music program last week. These boys and girls opened the program with the Star Spangled Banner. It was amazing what those 39 voices could do. They should sing for the Cincinnati Reds or the Cleveland Indians or even the Super Bowl. Some of the celebrities who sing for some of these events try to doctor it up with their own renditions, which could make Francis Scott Key twinge. It is a difficult song for many but these kids hit all the words and notes perfectly, thanks to Rosemary Warnecke who teaches music to the elementary students as well as the high school band and choir. The other children of grades one through five did a fine job too.
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