Good morning Talawanda! Today is Friday, April 20, 2018
Students accepted to Butler Tech are reminded to attend the welcome events over the next 2 weeks. See Mrs. Peter if you are unsure of the date or time for your campus.
If you have been accepted to Butler Tech and would like to participate in College Credit Plus, see Mrs. Peter for more information.
The final Coffee House of the year will be Friday, May 4. Sign-ups are open for anyone who would like to perform, outside Mr. Aerni’s room.
Tickets for Talawanda Drama’s Spring Musical, “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown,” are now on sale for $7 in advance, and $8 at the door. The production will run from April 19 to April 21 in the Performing Arts Center. Tickets can be purchased from any cast member, during lunch, or in Mr. Steffen’s: room 409. Dalton Norris just talked with the star of this weekend’s play, Caleb Boggess.
Prom Guest Permission Forms are now available in the main office. This year, you will need a copy of your guest’s picture ID, along with the form signed before you buy tickets from the main office.
And now for softball interviews.
Birthdays for today: Cody Brekke and Ella Messner turn 16, and Catherine Lutterbie turns 17.
And now for world news and then Patty G returns.
The varsity baseball team lost to Lebanon yesterday by a score of 10 to 2. Hitting leaders were Mason Hansford, Trey Hubbard, Luke Dougherty, Dylan Downard, and Caleb Owens. Their record improves to 6-6 on the year, and there off to Edgewood for a game tonight at 5.
The Varsity tennis team defeated Northwest last night to maintain their dominance atop the SWOC. The undefeated Braves Ballers play basin, Ross, and Elder on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of next week. All of those matches are at home.
Home games for today: Boys Freshman and JV baseball take on Edgewood at 5, Freshman will be at the Community park, and JV will be here at home. And the JV softball team has Edgewood at 5.
We also send our good luck to the Softball team and the JV lacrosse team who play away this evening. That’s our broadcast on this Friday. I’m Patrick Geshan, sorry about yesterday, and have a good weekend.