Second annual suites and treats

Second annual suites and treats

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Womens group performs their song for state

For band and choir students going to state, a lot of time and effort and practicing must go in before their big performance. Because district and state solo and ensemble is far away, many parents and family members do not get the chance to see these talents and performances.

Tri-M sponsor and assistant choir teacher Mrs. Erin Falloon thought that Suites and Treats could be a showcase of talent at Oakville as well as a chance for families to see the performances.

Tuesday night was the second annual Suites and Treats. Performances started at seven. There were nine solos and four ensembles that performed. At intermission treats were served and donations were accepted for feed my people.

“It gives me a chance to practice my performance and give me more confidence,” said Caroline Williams (11) who is a member of an ensemble that performed.

These students are now better prepared for state this Saturday April 27.