Center Stage: Purduettes Spring Break Day 1
The Ladies of the Purduettes serenade Terry Jaspers, a Purdue Alumnae, after she graciously provided lunch for the group at her McDonalds franchise in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Purduettes in the McDonalds Playland – decorated in a music theme!
Friday evening, the Women of the Purduettes performed for the residents of the Little Sisters of the Poor Home for the Aged.
Senior Amanda Stansbury brings down the house with her rendition of “Goody Goody.”
Sophomore Sarah Kretzmann serenades a lucky member of the audience.
The Purduette Trio brings back old memories with “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree.”
The Holy Cow Girls get things going with their new song, “He’s Gonna Marry Me.”
The Heartbreakers boogie on down with all the songs in their “60s Medley.”
The Purduettes return to the stage with “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.”
The Ladies pay respect to those who have served our country with the “Armed Forces Medley.”
Purduettes Director Jeff Vallier closes the show with the Purdue University Fight Song, “Hail Purdue.”
Senior Liz Wheatley and Freshman Alex Robinson visit with one of the sisters after the show.
Freshman Ali Norman and Junior Mindy Brouhard enjoy mingling with the audience members.
Freshman Emily Friesen and Sophomore Courtney Petro share a laugh with a resident.
Freshman Cayla Mustin and Senior Diana True spend some time with PMO Advisory Board Member Marcy Ziek and audience members.
Sophomore Tina Tzinares and Freshman Rebecca Bean talk with Bob Ziek.
Purdue Alumnae Terry Jaspers attended the evening’s performance and chatted with Freshman Erin Handy.
The Purduettes would like to thank Bob and Marcy Ziek for their continued support of PMO and for helping the Ladies to build a fan base in the greater Cincinnati area!
After the show, the Junior Class enjoys a stop at Graeter’s Ice Cream Shop.
New Women Erin Handy, Raylene Schramer, and Laura Bohlander socializing over ice cream.
The Senior Class having a good time on their final Purduettes Spring Break Trip.