122nd Army Band to Perform at Kenston High School Auditorium on Sunday, July 1

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Kenston Schools is pleased to host the Ohio Army National Guard’s 122nd Army Band, Ohio’s premier military music ensemble. They will perform a FREE community concert in the Kenston High School, Auditorium, 9500 Bainbridge Road, Chagrin Falls on Sunday, July 1st at 3:00 p.m. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m.

The Summer 2018 Tour will celebrate the music and legacy of The Beatles! 1964 brought a huge change to the musical culture of the United States — it was the start of the British Invasion. No group exemplified the spirit of the 60's more than The Beatles. John, Paul, George, and Ringo — the Fab Four — redefined rock and roll in a time of huge social and cultural change in the US.

Since 1944, the Ohio National Guard’s 122nd Army Band has been a staple of the musical tradition of the United States military in Ohio. Members from every corner of the state and beyond are charged with carrying out the mission of increasing troop morale and maintaining the vital link between the public and the Ohio Army National Guard. The 122nd performs in dozens of concerts, ceremonies and other functions each year.

Band members spend a significant amount of time during the year preparing a summer performance schedule, all while only assembling as a unit for one weekend a month and for two weeks in the summer. Yet, the band still performs a repertoire that allows the audience to hear the full breadth of talent of the 122nd ’s members in a concert setting. A full list of the band’s upcoming performances can be found on the band’s website at 122nd Army Band.

Celebrating a Legacy

The Kenston Alumni Association recognizes the history and tradition that has been woven through our schools. As part of Kenston’s Commencement activities, Legacies, students whose parents are also Kenston graduates, as well as their parents, wear a pin to denote their distinction and celebrate their Kenston roots. 2018 Legacies pictured with parents and some grandparents are:

(back row, l-r) Scott Sell, Sam Sell, Evan Measures, Nicholas Majkowski, Clay Noah, Michael Burge, Tom Kregenow, Ernest Manke, Tim Morgan, Mike Koniar, Christopher Lenart, Derrick DeJarnette, Matthew Pecoraro and Michael Koenig; (fourth row l-r) Damon Mintz, Mackensie Mintz, Julie Hajdu, Maxwell MacKenzie, Johnston Puckett, Isaiah Singleton, Elijah Singleton, J. Kyle Conroy, Joe Sugarman, Sydney Koenig, Erin Mast and Betsy Foster Mast; (third row l-r) Ryan Noah, Jeff McClintock, Tim Skala, Betsy Platten Kregenow, Meg Glew Noah, Savannah Fee, Breanna Sanshuk, Ashley McClintock, Zach Skala, Madison Spicuzza, Lauren Eyler, Taylor Vargo, Catherine Clawson, Mary Cris Skala Koenig, Jeff Clawson and David Mast; (second row l-r) Tiffany Timcisko Majkowski, Melinda Goldsmith, Shelley Blaschak, Traci Fee King, Bill Hajdu, Michelle Moreno Spicuzza, April Romain Eyler, Quran Abdullah DeJarnette, Carolyn Secura Clawson, Christine Behm Pecoraro, Cherie Bina Vargo, Arlene Fugman Morgan and Scott MacKenzie; (front row l-r) Pete Sugarman, Mike Koniar, Bill Measures, Wayne Burge, J. Daniel Conroy, Dennis Koenig, Polly Griewisch Manke, Andy Lenart and Derrick DeJarnette.

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