“Candyland” board game arrives to life with Sapulpa Higher University marching band

The 2021-2022 university calendar year has only been in session for about two months, but the Sapulpa Significant Faculty marching band has been operating tough due to the fact mid-July, making ready for a 50 %-time demonstrate like no other. This calendar year, band director Whitney Yokum required a show that was exciting, distinctive and something to preserve the student’s spirits up following a rough 2020-2021 university calendar year. She, together with Kevin Mazarko, Jason Reznicek, and many guidance personnel and volunteers have put jointly a fifty percent-time present dependent on the children’s board game “Candyland.”

Yokum states to be all set to see heaps of shiny colours and enjoyable props along with upbeat audio. She desires the pupils to have pleasurable with this year’s clearly show. “We are coming off a rough 12 months and we desired the learners to have a demonstrate they could have exciting with, be very pleased of and probably even deliver again some childhood recollections.”

Since the demonstrate is centered on the board sport “Candyland,” there will be plenty of pleasurable, twists and turns, and dazzling colours from the color guard and the prop crew. There are a complete of 4 music for this exhibit, such as “Candide” by Leonard Bernstein, “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” by Tchaikovsky, “Sugar Pie Honey Bunch” by the 4 Tops, and “I Want Candy” by Aaron Carter. There is sure to be one thing for all people. Tenth-grade flute participant, Copeland Cantrell, suggests he is “giddy” about the present, “I appreciate what I do!”