The beat goes on


Inaugural ‘Band Bash’ held at Wahama

By Mindy Kearns - Special to the Register



Band members dressed up as princesses to the delight of many little girls who attended Saturday’s Wahama White Falcon “Band Bash.” They signed autographed and posed for photos with the youngsters.


The newly formed Wahama Jazz Band entertained those attending the inaugural “Band Bash” Saturday at the high school. The event served as both a fun function for the community, as well as a fundraiser for the band members.


MASON — The Wahama White Falcon Band held its inaugural “Band Bash” Saturday at the school, with activities and entertainment for the entire family.

The event also served as a fundraiser in efforts of providing money for the band members to take a trip and perform at Disney World next year. According to band booster members, the bash was a great success.

Prizes were given away every 15 minutes of the bash, and winning the grand prize of $5,000 was Mandy Stover. Other major prize winners of $200 each were Bill Wamsley, John Jordan, Susie Roush and Tonya Darnell. Smaller prizes were also given.

Those attending the bash were treated to entertainment by the entire band, the newly formed jazz band, the Thunderstones, Robin Kessinger and Jackson Hall, and a demonstration by Bitanga’s Martial Arts. A variety of children’s games were played, including sack races, egg and spoon carry, balloon race, three-legged race, and a dash for cash.

One of the popular segments of the bash was a princess room, where small children could get the autographs of the princesses, as well as photos.

A cruise in was hosted by the members of the New Haven Road Angels car club.

Band members dressed up as princesses to the delight of many little girls who attended Saturday’s Wahama White Falcon “Band Bash.” They signed autographed and posed for photos with the youngsters.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/05/web1_5.4-PPR-Band-2.jpgBand members dressed up as princesses to the delight of many little girls who attended Saturday’s Wahama White Falcon “Band Bash.” They signed autographed and posed for photos with the youngsters.

The newly formed Wahama Jazz Band entertained those attending the inaugural “Band Bash” Saturday at the high school. The event served as both a fun function for the community, as well as a fundraiser for the band members.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/05/web1_5.4-PPR-Band-Bash.jpgThe newly formed Wahama Jazz Band entertained those attending the inaugural “Band Bash” Saturday at the high school. The event served as both a fun function for the community, as well as a fundraiser for the band members.
Inaugural ‘Band Bash’ held at Wahama

By Mindy Kearns

Special to the Register

Mindy Kearns is a freelance writer for Ohio Valley Publishing, email her at mindykearns1@hotmail.com.

Mindy Kearns is a freelance writer for Ohio Valley Publishing, email her at mindykearns1@hotmail.com.

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU


10:34 am |    
Email address alert
9:18 pm
Updated: 4:02 pm. |    
Giving back by shopping big