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6 I The Lovell Chronicle I May 31, 2018 BY DAVID PECK The Lovell and Rocky Mountain high school mu- sic departments hon- ored top music students at end-of-the-year concerts and awards ceremonies recently. Rocky Mountain High School music director Cara Sommers presented the National Choral Award to graduating senior Wy- att Horrocks at the spring years and has taken almost every opportunity to play in the band. This year, she accompanied several stu- dents on their district solo/ ensemble pieces. "Kennedy is a high- ly dedicated musician and is so willing to help where needed. She too has been a tremendous asset to our band program and choir program during her tenure at Rocky Mountain Middle/ High School. She will be concert on May 1, describ- ing the award as the high- greatly missed as she moves est honor given to a high on to the University of Wy- school senior for chorus, oming, where she will dou- "Wyatt is well de- ble major in history educa- serving of this award astion and music education" he has been in the Wyo- Lovell High School ming All-State Choir four Choir Director Rachel years in a row, was select- Schoessler recently pre- ed and performed in thesented two senior awards 2017 All-Northwest Choir for the LHS Concert Choir inBellevue, Washington,and the Swing Choir. She has consistently received honored graduating senior superior ratings on his so- Logan Hitz with the Out- los at district festival over standing Senior Award for the years, has been in high the Swing Choir, noting, school choir and jazz choir "Logan is my most deco- all four years of his high rated musician. He was se- school career and more7 Sommers said. "Wyatt has been a wonderful asset to our choir and he will be greatly missed as he moves on to Northwest College next year, where he will be participating xn some music ensembles:' Sommers then present- lected for All-State Choir twice, and stayed in Swing Choir for four years. He was very helpful to me during my first year and was a prime example of maturi- ty and leadership for his underclassmen:' Schoessler also pre- sented the Outstanding ed the "highest honor giv- Senior Award for the LHS en to high school seniors Concert Choir to Kaylee for band"-the John Philip Englert and said of the Sousa Award - to graduat-graduating senior: "Kaylee ingseniorKennedyDespam is the sweetest, yet most during the May 15 spring tenacious, person I have band concert, ever met. She takes risks "Kennedy has had a with her singing and is al- lifelong passion for music ways eager for new musical and has shined in her home opportunities. She has been program over the years playing in the percussion section and piano for jazz band7 Sommers said. "She consistently received su- perior ratings on her solos at district festival over the Ben Cornia Kaylee Englert Logan Hitz Brent Snyder DAVID PECK DAVID 'PECK RMHS choir director Cara Sommers honors Wyatt Rocky Mountain band director Cara Sommers presents Horrocks with the National Choral Award during a May the John Philip Sousa Award to Kennedy Despain on I concert May 15. also honored two graduat- ed into the All-State Band "Brent Snyder earned dents, both underclassmen ing seniors near the end of twice. He was also accepted this award (Sousa Award)in class and middle school the school year, presenting into the All-District band all for his contributions to the students at pep band. in Concert Choir forheren- Ben Cornia with the Out-four years of high school, program for four years" "He was accepted into tire high school career and standing Senior Award and and earned first chair once. Schreiner said. "He has the All-District band all was the only Concert Choir Brent Snyder with the John He also earned a superior been the leader of the per- four years of high school. member this year to also be Philip Sousa Award. rating on a solo at festival cussion section all fourHe has also played the bari in Swing Choir." "Ben Cornia earned this his freshman year." years of high school. Hesax well, holding that part , Lovell High School Band award this year," Schrein- Cornia played the tuba has been an excellent role in jazz band and occasional Director Jessica Schreiner er said. "He was accept-for the LHS Concert Band. model for the younger stu- concert band songs:' 'Reign of Judges' to premier in Lovell BY DAVID PECK in "Reign of Judges" is veter- ing the 14-minute concept " n " The ,co ce#t,sho ,of an actor Ben Cross, known sho inLovell. a film depicting the battles for his Work in "Chariots of Its a cool story, such fought by the Nephites un- Fire ' "Fii'st Knight" and "Star an inspirational story7 he der the leadership of Capt. Trek:' said, adding that the myriad Moroni as told in the Book of The Internet Movie Da- showings are raising funds Mormon will premier at the tabase presents the plot of for production of the full- Hyart Theatre in Lovell next "Reign of Judges" as follows: length feature. He noted that Wednesday, June 6. "73 BC pre-Columbian Newmany movies began as con- The presentation of the World. Ahumble soldier rises cept shorts. film "Reign of Judges: Ti- unexpectedly as the protec- Tippetts said the film, al- tie of Liberty" is being pro- tor of a young republic. Now though not rated as a short, rooted locally by Derek Tip- Chief Captain of a war-wea- would likely bear a rating of petts of Lovell, who recently ry nation, Moroni defends PG-13 with some "Lord of returned home to operate his company ProtTech Solu- tions after a career with the U.S. Army. Tippetts said the film and discussion will run from 7 to 8:15 p.m. on June 6 at the Hyart. Tickets are $12 each and $10 apiece for parties of 10 or more. Tickets are avail- his country with revolution- ary prowess, but his greatest struggle will be uniting a be- leaguered people." Wrote one reviewer on IMDB: "This concept short film exceeded my expec- tations and had me on the the Rings" style battle vi- olence, so parents should be careful about bringing young children to the show- ing next week. After the showing, there will be about 10 minutes of behind-the-scenes infor- mation and discussion, like- ly followed by a showing of the film a second time. He said Southam has promised to hold a "red carpet event" in Lovell if 700 seats can be pre-sold. Tippetts said those who edge of my seat. A great sto- ry told well can become a able at reigntickets.com or great film. The desperate ad the door. struggle for freedom chroni- "Reign of Judges" is cled in The Book of Mormon written and directed by Da- is a compelling and riveting rin Southam, who also stars story to bring to the silver in the film. Born in Ver- screen:' nal, Utah, Southam grew up in Vancouver, Wash then Wrote another review- have seen "Reign of Judges: er: "This was a great con- Title of Liberty" have typi- cept with a riveting story, fantastic acting, wonderful camera work and a beauti- ful soundtrack. The set loca- tion was great, and the cos- tumes, makeup and stunt work were spot on. I real- cally swelled with patriotic pride. "I served in the Army for 14 years, and I've seen a split among civilians and a decline in patriotism7 he said. "The film brings back played football at BYU-Ida- ho and finished his bache- lor's degree at the Universi- ty of Utah. After acting in a number of productions, he moved to California to pur- sue a law degree but soon returned to acting, perform- ly had goose bumps during the 'Braveheart' type of pa- ing in "127 Hours" with James many of the scenes:' triotism. People want to live Franco and a number of Tippetts has been fol- free, and whether they're faith-based films including lowing the development of LDS or non-LDS, it (the film) a major role in "Ephraim's "Reign of Judges" for years touches everybody. 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