Latest News – October 27

The Kiddie Korral mural got a bit of a face lift on Saturday as the old stairwell was filled in and and that portion of the wall was painted to finish the mural. Special Thanks to Sonja (LCHS Class of 2008) and Tim (Leadville Maintenance Department) who volunteered to spend the day beautifying our community. Welcome Dora and Nemo to one of Leadville's most colorful and beloved pieces of art!

The Kiddie Korral mural got a bit of a face lift on Saturday as the old stairwell was filled in and and that portion of the wall was painted to finish the mural. Special Thanks to Sonja (LCHS Class of 2008) and Tim (Leadville Maintenance Department) who volunteered to spend the day beautifying our community. Welcome Dora and Nemo to one of Leadville’s most colorful and beloved pieces of art!

 

SCHOOL NEWS

West Park, County Receive GOCO Design Grant

by Kathleen Fitzsimmons, Lake County School District

The West Park Wellness Committee, with support from Lake County and the Lake County School District, recently received a design partnership award from Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) to update and redesign the West Park Playground.

West Park Elementary School has received grant money for a redesign of their playground.

West Park Elementary School has received grant money for a redesign of their playground.

The GOCO partnership, worth $5,000, will allow for specialized design consulting to help the Lake County School District with its goal to create the best playground for Kindergarten to 2nd grade students. The award also invites partners to apply for future GOCO funds to construct the playground they have designed.Obit_Spacer_ThinFootball_Finale copy
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A Capella Experience Comes To High School Nov. 4

November 4, the nationally known a capella group “re:Voiced” will be coming to Lake County High School! Please join the Lake County School District for this music event, which also serves as a fundraiser for the music department. Tickets are only $8 for students and $10 for adults, and are available by calling 719-486-6950, or by returning this form, with your payment, to any LCHS choir student.

When you hear the term, “a cappella,” does your mind travel back in time to the eras of that classic barbershop sound. Guys standing on a sidewalk singing in consonant four-part harmony, wearing stylish straw boater hat. You know, the ones.

ReVoiced, however, is NOT your classic barbershop group.

Encompassing five talented, charismatic men, reVoiced is the vocal quintet that will keep your “ears on their toes” and will have audiences enthralled while experiencing their band without instruments sound. They’re more than just five guys with microphones, they embody the full sound of a band using only their five voices.

Not relying solely on smooth vocals, reVoiced brings professional showmanship, audience interaction and sleek sophistication to the stage to create a perfect mix of impactful moments that will leave crowds not just impressed, but also inspired.ReVoiced_ A Cappella

The collective experience of reVoiced includes performing in venues ranging from the Nokia Theater and Lincoln Center in NYC, to headlining on popular cruise vessels around the world. ReVoiced members have shared the stage with globally recognized artists like Ben Folds and Rockapella, and appeared on NBC’s hit TV show The Sing-Off.

Covering a fun and exciting combination of classic and current music, reVoiced appeals to audiences of all generations and rekindles old flames while lighting new ones. They have their audiences singing, dancing and clapping along as they “revoice” old favorites and new hits with their unique style, moves, personalities, and their powerhouse vocals. Simply stated, reVoiced is THE vocal group to take you from enjoyable event to unforgettable experience.

Tickets are only $8 for students and $10 for adults, and are available by calling 719-486-6950, or by returning this form,
with your payment, to any LCHS choir student.

 

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