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January 9, 1990

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"It was such a wonderful trip," said band director Jeff Bryant. "It's great the kids got to do and see so much---perhaps more than on any other trip we've had before. Our schedule was packed full, although it was not really strenuous. I don't think there was a kid who wouldn't say it was terrific." ~n addition to performing in the King Orange Jamboree Parade De- cember 31 and attending the Or- ange Bowl Game January 1, the group toured Kennedy Space Cen- ter and EPCOT and attended a din- ner show at Medieval Times near Orlando. They also visited the beach at Key Biscayne and at- tended a New Year's Eve Party in Miami. Seniors Amanda Eaton and Lu- ther Hanson, both contra players, looked back on the visit south. "Going to Florida with 100 of your friends is a great experience," Miss Eaton said. "1 had never been to Florida before. The closest I had ever come to seeing a palm tree was watching 'Giliigan's Island'! It was also exciting meeting so many other band members from so many places." Mr Hanson said, "It was really interesting being around so many foreign people. The majority of them speak Spanish, it seems. We almost felt as if we were the foreigners! I enjoyed seeing all the palm trees-- and it was the first time 1 had ever seen a flamingo. It was just standing there on one leg--a very funny sight. And then a tot of us had never seen an armadillo. Once we were going down the road in the bus and someone yelled, 'There's an arma- dillo!' You should have seen all the faces pressed up against the win- dows." The two band members said the Greenbrier East group received the WVSOM Swim Class Registration Will be this week, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 647- 6237. Seneca mental Health/Mental Retardation Council, Inc. and Seneca Residential Services, Inc., Board Meeting, January 11 at the Pocahontas County Mental Health Center, 704 Third Avenue, Marlinton, 7:30 p.m. The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, January 9, 1990 3A longest television coverage of any band in the Miami parade. "It was quite a thrill playing in front of all those people," Mr Hanson said. "It was a huge crowd. In Lewisburg or Fairlea when there's a parade, you have a bunch of people here and a bunch of people there. Down there it was a continuous huge crowd, all cheering. It was great." "The organization of this effort was fantastic," Miss Eaton said. "The Band Boosters and all the area organizations who helped send us are wonderful. We had such a good time. I can't believe we did all we did down there in such a short amount of time." "It's great the community helped us go," Mr Hanson added. "We couldn't have gone without them." After graduation this year,. 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