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Clear Spring High School briefs

June 10, 2008

Clear Spring Blazer Band plays part in Disney Magic



LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - The Clear Spring High School Blazer Marching Band members strutted their stuff down Main Street, USA, at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida earlier this spring.

The band traveled to the resort from Clear Spring to take part in Disney Magic Music Days and perform for an international audience of theme park guests.

The group performed prior to the "Spectro Magic" parade. Thousands of guests lined the streets of the Magic Kingdom, waiting for the start of the parade.

Several of the guests lined up for the parade up to an hour in advance and the band provided some welcome entertainment.

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High school and middle school marching bands have been performing at the Walt Disney World Resort since its opening day.

The program has expanded since that time, and now performance opportunities are open to bands, orchestras, choirs, drill teams, dance ensembles and other performing groups.




Forever Blue Rodeo set for June 28



CLEAR SPRING - The Clear Spring High School FFA and FFA alumni are sponsoring Forever Blue Rodeo Saturday, June 28.

Produced by Dave Martin Championship Rodeos, the events will be held at the Washington County Agricultural Educational Center on Sharpsburg Pike south of Hagerstown.

Gates open at 5 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Those ages 5 and younger are admitted free.

Tickets may be purchased at the Clear Spring High School Ag Building, Clear Spring Hardware, River City Farm & Pet Supply in Williamsport, Albert's Conococheague Grocery in Clear Spring and Frontier Western Ware in Fort Loudon, Pa.

Events include bareback bronc riding, saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling, girls breakaway roping, cowgirls barrel race, bull riding and bull hockey.

To enter events, call 1-717-334-7724. Direct questions to Mary Reid at 301-842-3749 or Mary House at 301-739-9483.

The rain date is Sunday, June 29.

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