This year for spring break I had the opportunity to travel with the Glee Club to Southwest Florida and perform for Purdue alumni, supporters of PMO, and local audiences. It was a busy week filled with six concerts in just five days, but the audiences were so appreciative that it made it all worth it.
My favorite audience, and overall favorite experience this spring break was having the opportunity to sing for Bob Netherton, the oldest living Glee Club alumnus, at his assisted living community in Naples. Bill Griffel, the director of Purdue Musical Organizations and the Glee Club, reminded Bob and all of us that we all share an unforgettable brotherhood and that “once a Glee Clubber, always a Glee Clubber.”
After being back for just a couple of days, I am eager for what the rest of this semester holds and can’t wait for opportunities we will have in the future!
Yours in Song,
Zach Bucher, Sophomore
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