Thursday, April 25, 2013
Want to rock to Rick Derringer, Alabama’s Jeff Cook and some our town’s scholastic musicians? It happens May 4 at Manatee School for the Arts, where impressario Del Couch is relocating his Howling Dog recording studio as a teaching station for students at MSA and other high schools to learn about digital audio production.
The May 4 showcase will include musicians from MSA, Braden River High, Manatee High and King Middle’s Jake Castro band.
A pre-show party is 5:30 p.m. with the concert at 7 p.m.
Proceeds go toward the new computer music lab.
Call 941-545-4379 for ticket information.
Deborah Thomas was inducted into Delta Kappa Gamma Hall of Fame and Fay Murphy was installed as parliamentarian at the DKG Society International’s Mu state convention in Orlando.
They were among six women educators representing Manatee County’s Kappa chapter including Diana Buell, Leslye Mann, Phyllis Omilak and Judy Shostrom.
Thomas’s mother, Annie Lucy Williams, is the namesake for the Parrish elementary school.
Murphy is Kappa chapter president and was recently honored as a Woman of Achievement by the American Association of University Women’s Manatee chapter.
DKG promotes professional and personal growth of women educators and excellence in education.
Wade Ingram and Skyler Bellows won the Ford/AAA student auto skills state competition and qualified for the 2013 national finals in Dearborn, Mich., Ford’s world headquarters.
Ingram, a Palmetto High senior, and Bellows, an MSA senior, are in dual enrollment at Manatee Technical Institute’s automotive services technology program.
Richard Falco is their proud MTI instructor.
Read more Friday in Vin's People on Bradenton.com.
Posted by Vin Mannix at 2:21 PM