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|Greg Spencer - Small Ensembles Director||Top||Dec. 6, 2001|
deal with Saturday. We have a men's game at 1:00 and a women's game at
4:00. Please be at the VT by 11:30 AM. We'll be leaving by 12 and will
return after the women's game. If you're only going to 1 of the games,
please find your own ride either to or from, depending on your situation.
We can take care of the big instruments if you need it. The men's game
is at the Bradley Center and the women's is at the US Cellular Arena.
If there are any questions, please feel free to call me 244-0118. Hope
to see you not only tomorrow at the Christmas party at the Annex (2-5),
but also this Saturday.
|Greg Spencer - Small Ensembles Director||Top||Dec. 4, 2001|
the deal with Wednesday, December 5th.
There will be separate bands for both. However, those going to the womens
game are welcome to go to the mens game, but may not leave the womens
game early. There will be a bus picking people up at the VT at 5:00 (womens)
and 7:00 (mens), and then picking us up after the mens game
ONLY. Those just going to the womens game need to find a ride back
to campus. If you have a big instrument, you can take it to the Bradley
Center and it will be brought back for you or you can take it with you
when you leave. Those going to the womens game need to be at the
VT by 4:30 and those going to the mens need to be at the VT at 6:30.
If there are any questions, please call me, 244-0118.
|Greg Spencer - Small Ensembles Director||Top||Nov. 28, 2001|
|Greg Spencer - Small Ensembles Director||Top||Nov. 13, 2001|
Please pay attention to the basketball schedule, it is posted on the bulletin board in the VT as well as the band directory.
(11/17/01) be at the VT at 11:30 AM
Sunday (11/18/01) be at the VT at 5:30 PM
Still in need for 2 trombones and 1 tuba for the blue and gold classic luncheon on friday november 30th. be at the vt at 11:00 AM.
Start to think about christmas ensembles. If you have any questions, just ask me and I can answer them. These generally occur the week before finals and it is a little gathering of instruments that play in the Union for about 30 minutes or so. It's not big, just something fun to do.
|Greg Spencer - Small Ensambles Director||Top||Nov. 7, 2001|
everyone that came out for the first 2 games. i hope you had fun and for
the freshmen, i hope that it was fun for you. this is only the beginning,
it just gets better.
still in need for 2 trombones and 1 tuba for the blue and gold classic luncheon on friday november 30th. be at the vt at 11:00 AM.
please sign up for the games on saturday november 17th because athletics would like to know how many people would be going to both games to figure out a possible food situation for those going to both games.
|Greg Spencer - Small Ensambles Director||Top||Oct. 9, 2001|
|Greg Spencer - Small Ensambles Director||Top||Aug. 21, 2001|
|Hey everyone, hope your summer is coming to a good close. Mine is getting hectic. I just talked to Rachelle in university ministry and I was wondering if there were any trumpets that would like to play in the all-university mass on sunday. We have 2 trombones. Also keep in mind that the freshman orientation picnic is on saturday. Meet at the vt at 1:30, anyone if you can come. A band t-shirt and shorts will be fine to wear since it's too hot for the rugby and pants (it'll be above 32 :) ) We'll be playing from roughly 3-3:30. I'm going to meet with athletics to confirm right after I write this email. Hopefully the weather will hold up and it won't rain. That's all from me for now. Hope to see you all very soon.|
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