Center Stage: Glee Club Spring Break Day 8
The Glee Club enjoyed one final morning at the Renaissance in Plantation before boarding the buses for Naples.
Junior Jimmy Polivka samples ���tako�� sushi, also known as octopus. The men had a couple hours of free time to enjoy in downtown Naples.
Freshman Kevin Norman helps set-up the equipment at Royal Poinciana Golf Club.
Sophomore Noah Demerly made Linda�۪s day as she prepared the tables for the dinner.
Glee Club Director Gerritt VanderMeer led the men in singing a blessing before enjoying the final dinner of the tour.
Before the show, senior Jamie MacDougall, freshmen Jason Young & Tom Rainey, sophomore Barry Helfrich and junior Adam Nagy caught up with PMO friends Ralph & Bettye Bailey.
Purdue University Vice President for Student Services Dr. Thomas Robinson, Glee Club Director Gerritt VanderMeer, PMO Assistant Director & Glee Club Accompanist Jae Kellogg and men from the Glee Club snap a photo with PMO friends Bill & Gail Cordier and Michael & Kay Birck.
Senior Corey Lee admires the artwork moments before the concert began.
Freshman David Wyant says hello to the lovely Sally Elliott.
Junior Lance Connolly serenades the beautiful Kay Birck.
Freshman David Maurer makes Bettye Bailey his little darlin�۪.
Sophomore Connie Baltzell has the world on a string.
Glee Club Director Gerritt VanderMeer greets Bob Netherton, the oldest living alumnus of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club.
Bob Netherton sang with the Glee Club from 1935 until 1939. We were honored by his presence and thrilled he was able to join us for ���Battle Hymn of the Republic.��
New Man Jeremy Chance brought our performance tour to a close by leading his brothers in song in ���Hail Purdue!��
On behalf of Purdue Musical Organizations, THANK YOU to everyone who helped make the Purdue Varsity Glee Club�۪s 2008 Spring Tour such a success. A special thanks to all the wonderful parents, fans & groupies who were able to join us ���on the road.�� We hope you�۪ve enjoyed following along with our Center Stage entries. If you have feedback you�۪d like to share, please contact Steve Schlenk. Hail Purdue!