The 26 musicians who performed in the Honor Recital sponsored by the Bingham County Music Teachers' Association Monday evening offered variety delight.
"The students played beautifully," said Blackfoot resident Ken Spencer.
Performing were 19 pianists, three violinists, one flutist, two vocalists and one guitarist.
The variety stretched from the folk song, "The Water is Wide," sung by Mariah McCandless.
Timothy Baxter played a delightful rag entitled "Montana Ragtime" by Alexander.
Students, parents, babies in baby carriers and one dog circled the track set up at Wapello Elementary Monday evening.
The track for the Wapello Timberwolf Trot measured 200 meters. Every eight and one-quarter laps equalled one mile.
"We challenged the kids to walk or run one hour," PTA president Krystal Wray said.
"A quote from Will Smith summed up our objective," she said. Smith was quoted as saying, "There are two keys to success--running and reading. If you conquer the demon that tells you to give up, you can conquer anything."
Items of note from April 7-12.
ILLEGAL TATTOOS: April 7, 10:39 a.m.: A caller at a hotel said they found tattooing equipment in one of the rooms and believes someone was illegally tattooing in the room.
STEALING WINE: April 7, 12:33 p.m.: A caller at Ridley's said an employee has been caught on tape stealing wine from the business. An arrest was made.
FIRE CALL: April 7, 11:31 p.m.: A woman said her neighbors are upset that their fire was called in and are outside yelling and screaming and throwing items against her residence.