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Center Stage: Purduettes at President's Council in Naples, FL

Saturday, February 16, 2013

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Early Saturday morning, the ladies wait patiently for their flight at the Indianapolis Airport to travel to Naples, Florida for a lovely weekend performing for Purdue’s President’s Council. 


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Once in Naples, FL, some ladies gather by the pool to enjoy the sun!


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The ladies get ready for the night ahead and gather to ride a bus to the venue for the evening.


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Once everything was packed up, the ladies traveled by bus from their hotel to the venue, Ritz-Carlton Resorts of Naples, Florida. 


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The Purduettes take the stage for a sound check.  Freshman Gabrielle Shultz sings her solo in “Bridge Over Troubled Water”. 


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After their sound check, the ladies changed into their attire for the evening.  They greeted and mingled with guests before the dinner.


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Sophomore Olivia Babb found Purduette mentor, Joanne Troutner! 


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The guests moved into a great ballroom where they took their seats for the evening to begin! 


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To get the night started, the Purduettes took the stage with their opener, “Broadway Medley”.


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Freshman Jessica Sigg finishes her ravishing solo in “Broadway Baby”! 


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After beginning the evening with their singing, the Purduettes return to their seats to join the guests for dinner.


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After dinner, the Purduettes returned to the stage again! 


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The Purduettes sing and sway to their rendition of “Bridge Over Troubled Water”. 


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The Purduettes strike a dramatic pose as they finish singing! 


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President Mitch Daniels addresses the guests and talks about the hopeful future of Purdue University.


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After a great evening, the Purduettes lead the audience in “Hail Purdue” as everyone rises to their feet!

 

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