BHS Music Department Celebrates Its Final Concert of the Season

by Rachel Giffin Bellbrook High School bands finished their final concert of the 2017 season with the flourish and grandeur of David Holsinger’s “American Faces,” a piece inspired by the national unity and ingenuity symbolized by Mount Rushmore. The concert highlighted the 2017 senior class and outstanding members of the ensemble with awards given throughout the concert. Performing at the concert was the BHS Percussion … Continue reading BHS Music Department Celebrates Its Final Concert of the Season

Winter Guard: Putting the “Bell” in Bellbrook

by Bergen Eppers The music starts and all of a sudden you’re driven to dance. Across the tarp and through blocks, you twirl. Then your group tosses, swirling in sync as they fly in the air…a one single *clink* echoes through the gym as they catch and beam radiantly.  The crowd erupts in applause, the sound bouncing off walls and vibrating inside of you, making … Continue reading Winter Guard: Putting the “Bell” in Bellbrook

The Caring Place: A Way to Help in Your Community

by Bergen Eppers Thursday, January 26, 2017, Key Club served a meal to approximately 150 people at the Caring Place in Xenia. They served chili, vegetables, chips, and some cookies and Mrs. Kaffenberger’s own cherry dump cake. The Caring Place takes place in the basement of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Xenia. For those in need of volunteer hours or a desire to help out in the … Continue reading The Caring Place: A Way to Help in Your Community

Winter Formal Dress?

by Bergen Eppers Winter Formal. The school is in a frenzy, proposals everywhere, but what to wear? Added this year by the JROTC cadets, winter formal has brought one main question from the girls: long dress or short dress? Is it another homecoming or close to prom? From recent polls on Twitter and others’ opinions, the most popular answer is short dress, save the long … Continue reading Winter Formal Dress?