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Chantilly High School's Show Choir Makes Top Spot in “Parade” Magazine

A show choir, or more commonly known as a "glee club" because the recent Fox hit series Glee, is not your average standing choir. These groups have costumes, sets, choregraphy and are more like a vegas show or a broadway musical all mixed into one. Chantilly Highschool's show choir, "Touch of Class," which is their most advanced emsemble, comprised of sophomores through seniors, is having quite a year. Not only does this year mark the 25th season for the show choir at Chantilly High School, they most recently advanced to the Top 10 amongst thousands of entries in Parade Magazine's search for America's Favorite Show Choirs. Chantilly High School's "Touch of Class" came in 3rd!

Local Glee Club Competes for Top Prize

Chantilly High School’s Show Choir "Touch of Class" has advanced to the Top 10, amongst thousands of entries, in "Parade" Magazine's search for America's Favorite Show Choirs.  Vote today (before midnight!) to make this local DC area show choir Number 1! Vote online at www.parade.com/glee.  The title will go to the choir that receives the most votes by midnight tonight, October 12.

 

 

 

Curry’s Auto Donates $15K to Dulles South Youth Sports at Freedom H.S.

The following was sent to us by Polly Elmore of PR Works:

South Riding, VA -- Curry’s Auto Service is donating $15,000 to Dulles South Youth Sports (DSYS) Football  Friday, October 8, at 7 pm, at Freedom High School, 25450 Riding Center Drive, South Riding.

Chris Coulter, Curry's Vice President, and Aundria McCarthy, Curry's marketing manager, will present the check to  Gus DiPierro, Commissioner for DSYS. The check is seed money for the “Curry’s Field and Scholarship Fund,” which will provide athletic scholarships to DSYS players and funding for a future field facility. 

Washington Capitals and Mike Green to Reward Chesterbrook Academy

This was sent to us by Christina Bortner of MGH:

The Washington Capitals and Defenseman Mike Green to Reward Chesterbrook Academy for Participating in So Kids Can

Three kindergarten classes raised $1,550 for Children’s National Medical Center and hope to raise $2,000 for KaBOOM! through Green’s So Kids Can program