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Saturday, April 10, 2010

Allyn to sing Tenor Solo @

Institute Choir Concert - Spring 2010

Featuring the cantata by Steven Kapp Perry "From Cumorah's Hill" - Sunday, April 11, 2010, 7:00pm - 8:00pm @ the Ephraim Institute
(51 N 100 E, Ephraim, UT).
Allyn will be singing one of the Tenor solos.
Some of us will be driving down to see this performance.
Everyone's welcome to attend!

Thursday, April 8, 2010

The picture shows an item which sits atop our mantle, which shall be opened tomorrow, Friday April 9th, by the addressee, Elder Allyn Lyon. Stay tuned!

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Allyn was up for his break two weeks ago, and had four impacted wisdom teeth removed, so he was appreciating pain meds and shakes for several days. He is back down in Ephraim/Snow College, working hard and finishing his last term there (this year). Since he decided to be a Music Ed Major (crazy kid), he won't get an Associate degree this year, but that's how it goes…Still waiting on the "call" (which may arrive this week).

Andrew sang (by special request) at the kickoff dinner for the Walk For Autism Speaks at the beginning of March. He picked "Pollyanna/I Believe In You," originally from "Earthbound" (video game), but with lyrics written later by someone else. he also performed "The Erlking" (Schubert) at the Solo & Ensemble contest this month, which is a rather difficult German song for a young singer. He sings in the Acapella Choir at MHS. He will turn 17 this month!

Treyson is back in school (their break was last week), playing in Orchestra, and his rehearsals for "ANNIE" begin this week. He is playing the Dogcatcher, but sings with the other Hooverville residents in other scenes. He turned 13 last month, but we celebrated on Presidents' Day, when we took him with a group of friends to see "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" and partied afterward…

Jarrett, who turned 10 last week, has started saying more words, including "More, please," "What is that?" and a few other things. He's getting to be a pretty big kid, but we're going to try to keep him on the GF (gluten-free) diet as long as we can, since he seems to fare better with it than without.

More later!