I did not want to get up early. I usually relax on Sundays, but we had to get going to the 5K for Celebrate Differences! The 5K was a fundraiser for Celebrate Differences. It was not easy to park in downtown Oswego, it was way too crowded. Each person who registered received a t-shirt, and Stormy got a goody bag! They had free bananas and free water! Our walking team consisted of Stormy, Claire, mom, and me. Our running team consisted of Anthony and dad. The walking par
KidsMatter is an organization that helps youth and their families. They sponsored an evening called KidsMatter/Ignite the Nite! April 16 7 PM @ Wentz Concert Hall at North Central College. My group performed Bits of Birdie, which is the first scene of Bye Bye Birdie, an upcoming performance. Getting ready: I got to wear Axe deodorant, I used hair styling products to keep my nice hair, my glasses were clean, I wore a wireless microphone. The stage was large, the largest I ha
This past Monday, I met Giana Casale from Kimberly Steele Studio to talk about voice lessons.
I sang for Giana and she declared me a tenor! Also, I could hold a note for ten seconds, which Giana said is better than a lot of people can do. She also said she loved teaching tenors.
Some famous classical tenors are: Enrico Caruso, Mario Lanza, Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli and more. Here’s a list and information on “top ten tenors”:
On Monday night my service dog Stormy and I completed a vigorous test – we tested for his service dog certification. The test was held at Louis-Joliet Mall, and contained many parts. In the mall there was a food court and many stores. Stormy had to go under a table and stay. He had to walk in and out of stores. I had to show that I had control of my dog in all situations and that he would listen to me without being distracted by other people, noises or smells. The hardest
KidsMatter/Ignite the Nite! April 16 7 PM @ Wentz Concert Hall I have been memorizing my lines and practicing for an upcoming event, “Ignite the Nite!” sponsored by Naperville KidsMatter. KidsMatter is an organization that helps youth and their families. Me and a few of my fellow School of Performing Acts/Spectrum actors will be performing, “Bits of Birdie,” a scene from our upcoming play, “Bye Bye Birdie”. I play Albert and it’s a fun role because Albert is the president o
This week at Celebrate Differences we went to Sams Club to shop for items to put in Bags of Hope to donate to a local cancer center. It was hard work shopping, but my team picked out lots of goodies, crackers, veggie straws, chips, etc. It was for a great cause – to help people who have cancer get some foods they like. Check out Celebrate Differences on Facebook! #community #charity