The morning started with a
wake – up call from the seniors bright and early with our very own drum cadence
and Tag stand cheers. Breakfast was at 7:00
am - The Lake Ann staff served us French toast, Jones sausage, and applesauce. The morning was cool but the temperature and
humidity stayed away. The band returned to the field at 8:00 am to learn more
drill and clean “Tommy.” They marched and played “Tommy” before breaking for
Lunch at 11:30 am.
At 11:30, the band was
released for lunch. Today’s menu consisted Baked sandwich with a
delicious pretzel bun (beef, salami, or ham), assorted chips, fresh veggies, and
canned fruit. The salad bar was also available for the kids. At 1:00, the
kids moved around camp with their sections to master their different parts.
They were told to return to the Tin Can for announcements. For new parents, the
Tin Can is one of the locations Mr. Sekich holds music rehearsal when it rains.
pm, some of the brave section leaders met Mr. Austerman for their annual team
building activity called Goliath. The name says it all. Goliath is a
challenging "ladder" that involves four people traversing four beams
to the top. Ring the bell at the top...if you can make it. Everyone had to work
together to accomplish a goal of to ring the bell at the top, which is about 60
feet from the ground. The rest of the
band had free time at the Red Canoe, The Lake Ann shop, or hanging out on
Tonights dinner (char - grilled burger, baked beans, corn, and watermelon) was served
at normal time (4:45 pm) and they quickly scurried to the field to work on
learning “Harry Potter” drill. The drill
is coming along and can’t wait for you to see the show.
Around 9:00 pm, sounds of music and laughter surrounded the camp
and lights out was at 10:30 pm.
Please enjoy all of the fun
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