Friday Memo May 22, 2015

May 22nd, 2015

No School on Monday.

Summer Camps…Check our websites for Summer Camp listings. If you don’t see what you are looking for, visit our teacher websites.

The Belize (2016) and Costa Rica (2017) trips are on for Spring Break. Email Mr. Abel (gabel@langstoncharter.org) or Mrs. Kittel (tkittel@langstoncharter.org) for more information or visit www.eftours.com/1726668XB (Belize) and www.eftours.com/1726550XW (Costa Rica).

BOGO Book Fair coming up on May 26th, 27th, and 28th.

Take Out Lunch…ends on May 29th.

Hot Dog Lunch…On June 1st and 2nd (Monday and Tuesday) we will be offering a hot dog lunch to the students. This is a prepaid event and the order form has been emailed home. We will take orders through May 29th.

Muffins for Mom… is next Wednesday, May 27th.

Ice Cream Fundraiser… is next Wednesday, May 27th. Parents will earn 1 service hour if they bring in one ½ gallon of vanilla ice cream. If you would like to help serve ice cream please email Anna McGowan at AnMcG003@langstoncharter.org.

Proceeds from our Hot Dog Lunches and our Ice Cream Fundraiser will go to help Mr. Black with his medical expenses.

Friday Memo May 15, 2015

May 15th, 2015

On May 19th Culver’s is doing a “Day of Giving” to honor veterans. Please consider taking a veteran to lunch or dinner at Culver’s. 10% of Culver’s sales from May 19th will go to Honor Flight Upstate SC.

Fisher House Charities…An email went home today with information on a community service opportunity that will benefit Fisher House Charities. This project will continue through the summer.

DC Trip…the first installment on the 8th grade trip to DC is due May 22nd. The form and money should be turned into your student’s math teacher.

8th Grade Rafting Trip money and permission form are due on Monday, May 18th.

School picture and 8th Grade picture can be viewed here.

http://relatedimages.shootproof.com/event/1428920/album/963251

Muffins for Moms…is on May 27th from 7:45 until 8:30am. Tickets are on sale through Ms. Cannon. Tickets are $8.00 for one student and mom, or $10.00 for two students and mom. Tickets are on sale through next week.

From Abby Zacharias…
Hi. May name is Abby Zacharias and I would like to thank students, friends and parents for participating in the BoxTop contest that went very well. The 7th graders won! Unfortunately, the eighth graders had over half of their BoxTops expired. The 6th graders came in a tight second while the 7th graders raised over $200.00. A pizza party will be set up on May 29th, so please do not bring or order lunch that day. Parents may donate drinks (not soda) as my mom and I will be buying the pizza. It will come at each lunch period, so it will be hot. Contact Tracey Zacharias at 918.9128 if you would like to help. Parents, please do not hold onto your BoxTops. We would have had $40.00 more for the school, but some of them were expired. I will be leaving Langston to move to New York in a couple of weeks, and I wanted to do something for my school before I left. Good luck and have a great summer. I will miss you.

The Langston library will be closing on May 21st. All books are due on that date. Please look around your homes and cars for library books. Notices will be sent out, along with replacement value for all missing books.

The Langston library is looking for next year’s volunteers and committee members. There will be an informational meeting on Friday, May 22nd at 12:30pm in the library. Please attend if you are interested in volunteering at Langston in this way. You may contact Lori Marks at lorimarks@bellsouth.net if you would like to volunteer, but are unable to attend.

BOGO Book Fair coming up on May 26th, 27th, and 28th.

We are going ahead with our ”Trash Mr. Black’s Cancer” fundraiser. We cannot take checks for any trash bag orders. We are only able to accept cash.

Summer Camps…Check our websites for Summer Camp listings. If you don’t see what you are looking for, visit our teacher websites.

The Belize (2016) and Costa Rica (2017) trips are on for Spring Break. Email Mr. Abel (gabel@langstoncharter.org) or Mrs. Kittel (tkittel@langstoncharter.org) for more information or visit www.eftours.com/1726668XB (Belize) and www.eftours.com/1726550XW (Costa Rica).

Friday Memo May 8, 2015

May 8th, 2015

The Langston library will be closing on May 21st. All books are due on that date. Please look around your homes and cars for library books. Notices will be sent out, along with replacement value for all missing books.

The Langston library is looking for next year’s volunteers and committee members. There will be an informational meeting on Friday, May 22nd at 12:30pm in the library. Please attend if you are interested in volunteering at Langston in this way. You may contact Lori Marks at lorimarks@bellsouth.net if you would like to volunteer, but are unable to attend.

BOGO Book Fair coming up on May 26th, 27th, and 28th.

Parents, look for a survey coming to you by email on Tuesday.

We are going ahead with our “Trash Mr. Black’s Cancer” fundraiser. We cannot take checks for any orders. We are only able to accept cash.

Summer Camps…Check our websites for Summer Camp listings. If you don’t see what you are looking for, visit our teacher websites.

The Belize (2016) and Costa Rican (2017) trips are on for Spring Break. Email Mr. Abel (gabel@langstoncharter.org) or Mrs. Kittel (tkittel@langstoncharter.org) for more information or visit www.eftours.com/1726668XB (Belize) and www.eftours.com/1726550XW (Costa Rica).

Sports News from Mrs. Deas…
Golf
Congratulations to the Langston Golf team on winning the CMSC Conference Tournament on Monday at Willow Creek Golf Club. It was a great day to be on the course! The Chargers were awarded 3 out of the 6 All Conference players. Please join me in congratulating Aaron Schickler, who shot a 79, John Hunter and Elliot Seay, who both shot an 85. Congratulations to the Chargers on a great season and the conference victory!

Volleyball
Tryouts are Monday, May 11, and Wednesday, May 13 from 6:30 – 8:00 at the Langston gym. Please arrive early to register. Girls interested in trying out were given an information form, which must be returned prior to tryouts. See Mrs. Deas if you didn’t come to the information meeting last week.

Boys’ Soccer
Tryouts are Thursday, May 28, and Friday, May 29 from 5:30 – 7:00 at Pittman Park, field 1. Boys interested in trying out were given an information form, which must be returned prior to tryouts. See Mrs. Deas if you didn’t come to the meeting today.

2014-2015 Athletic Banquet
Please email June Deas at jdeas@langstoncharter.org if you are willing to serve on the committee.

Friday Memo May 1, 2015

May 1st, 2015

Leadership Awards…The following students received the Leadership Award at our annual meeting last week. Apoorva Mahendranath, Aryan Naveen, Spohie Anderson, Mark Harris, Maddie Buisch, Raghed Abdel-Tawab.

Charity Car Wash…Tomorrow from 9:00am until 12:00pm at Firehouse Subs on Woodruff Road. This is sponsored by Ms. Cannon’s 6A girls’ leadership class.

Lego Robotics T shirts…Our Lego team is selling T shirts for $15.00. Students earn 1 community service hour for purchasing a T shirt. The order form is attached to an email that went home on Friday (May 1st ) afternoon. Students may wear this T shirt on T shirt Hoodie days.

All students will be PASS Testing next Thursday and Friday. Please have your student here on time and ready to start at 8:30.

Our Pep Rally was this afternoon. The total raised during Spirit Week is $7200.00. Congratulations students.

Summer Camps…Check our websites for Summer Camp listings. If you don’t see what you are looking for, visit our teacher websites.

The Belize (2016) and Costa Rica (2017) trips are on for Spring Break. Email Mr. Abel (gabel@langstoncharter.org) or Mrs. Kittel (tkittel@langstoncharter.org) for more information or visit www.eftours.com/1726668XB (Belize) and www.eftours.com/1726550XW (Costa Rica).

Information went home this week to current 6th graders about the TDap vaccine clinic we are holding at Langston. Forms must be returned to Langston by Wednesday, May 6th.

From Matt Griffin APEX Adventures adventure day camp program

Don’t forget to sign up for Mr Griffin’s APEX Adventures Adventure Day Camp Program this summer! APEX campers will experience 4 exciting days of hiking, mountain biking, stand-up paddle boarding, and whitewater rafting. Each morning, students will meet in the parking lot of LCMS and will return each evening. Sign up today for an Available sessions:
June15-18
June 22-25
July 28-31
$10 off deadline will be extended until Friday May 8!
Bring along a friend or family member who does not go to LCMS and get another $10.00 off!
Check out www.apexadventurecamp.com or email apexadventurecamps@gmail.com.

Sports News from Mrs. Deas…
Golf
Tuesday’s match resulted in our first loss of the season but the Chargers came back on Thursday at Crosswinds with another victory. John Hunter was the medalist for the 2nd match in a row! On Monday, the Chargers will travel to Willow Creek Golf Club in Spartanburg for the CMSC Conference Tournament.

Girls’ Soccer
Our season came to an early close on Tuesday with the upset loss to Spartanburg Prep in the CMSC Conference Tournament. The Lady Chargers had a great season finishing in 3rd place overall! Great job Chargers! Please join me in congratulating Sydney Langley and Ashlyn Bowens on receiving the CMSC All-Conference Award.

Volleyball – date change
Tryouts will be May 11 and May 13 from 6:30-8:00 in the Langston gym.

Boys’ Soccer
Tryouts will be in mid-May. Details will be emailed next week.

Friday Memo April 24, 2015

April 24th, 2015

ACT Aspire testing will be next week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Students should be on time – in their seats ready to go before 8:30. Students should bring several sharpened #2 pencils with them.

Lunch Volunteers…please keep to your regular schedule next week during testing.

Thanks to all who came out to the airport for Honor Flight on Tuesday and to all the students who wrote letters to the veterans.

Sports News from Mrs. Deas…
Golf
Once again, the chargers came out on top at their match at Carolina Country Club against Spartanburg Day and St. Mary’s. We have won 4 out of 5 matches will Elliot Seay and Aaron Schickler each being the medalist twice! We continue to be impressed with the support the team has for each other while challenging themselves to improve.

Our Athletic Banquet will be held on Thursday, May 21 at Advent United Methodist Church at 6:00. Anyone interested in serving on the committee please email June Deas at jdeas@langstoncharter.org. More details to follow.

Volleyball tryouts will be held in the Langston gym May 11 and May 14, from 6:30-8:00.

Soccer tryouts will be the week of May 11. More details will be provided next week.

Glee Club Concert…will be on Thursday, April 30th, at 7:00pm at Rocky Creek Baptist Church.

The BMW Pro-Am Golf Tournament is looking for volunteers. They want students who can be Standard-Bearers for May 16-17 .
Volunteer Registration is $50. The fee covers your volunteer polo shirt, headwear (cap or visor), Volunteer Credential, Guest Credential, food and beverages during workdays and more.
Contact Nancy Smith for more information or to volunteer. 864/616-6471
Website:

https://www.bmwusfactory.com/charity-golf/volunteers/

Please check the school calendar often. http://www.langstoncharter.org/about-langston/calendar.html

Friday Memo April 17, 2015

April 17th, 2015

From Mr. Griffin…
APEX Adventures Outdoor Program!
(www.apexadventurecamp.com)

This summer, Mr. Griffin will be leading three sessions of APEX Adventures Outdoor Day Camp Program. Each session includes four exciting day trips which will include hiking, mountain biking, stand-up paddle boarding, and whitewater rafting. This summer’s sessions will be taking place Monday through Thursday on the following dates:
June 15-18
June 22-25
July 20-23
We will meet in the parking lot of LCMS each morning at 8:00 am. Lunch will be provided each day and we will return home at or around 6:00 each evening. Each activity is tailored to be appropriate for middle-school level participants and is open to guys and gals! Friends and family of middle school age who do not attend LCMS are welcome as well.

Discounts!
1) Sign up for a four day session before May 1: $10.00 off!
2) Bring a friend who does not attend LCMS and who has not attended APEX in previous years:
$10.00 off!

More Info:
www.apexadventurecamp.com
apexadventurecamps@gmail.com
mgriffin@langstoncharter.org

The Glee Club Concert will be Thursday, April 30th, at 7:00pm at Rocky Creek Baptist Church.

The Annual Meeting will be at Woodruff Road Christian Church on April 23th, from 700pm until 8:00pm. The Key Note Speaker is well known author Dr. Gary Chapman. You will hear the State of the School address, and special Leadership Awards will be given. Students earn 3 hours of community service for attending, and parents earn 4 volunteer hours for attending.

Thanks to all those who supported our first ever Gala. It was a big success and a lot of fun.

Gear Turners Unleashed Awarded 2nd Place Champions Award at S.C. FLL Lego Robotics Tournament

It was another amazing day for our amazing Lego Robotics Team, Gear Turners Unleashed, from Langston Charter Middle School! The team competed in the S.C. First Lego League Robotics Tournament on Saturday, March 22, 2015 in Lexington, SC at River Bluff High School. The team won the Champions Award 2nd Place! They competed in 4 categories and placed 2nd in the State Overall out of 58 teams! This is a very high honor! So proud of this team! They have worked very hard for over 6 months and it is so exciting to see them receive this award! They will advance to the Arkansas Invitational Tournament which will be held at the University of Arkansas on May 14-17. Great job Gear Turners!!!
Please share via email, social media, print media, etc:
• GoFundMe Site: http://www.gofundme.com/GearTurnersUnleashed
• Team Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GearTurnersUnleashed

Team Members: Haseeba Karim, Elijah Budd, Michael Causey, Corey Klepin, Coach Causey, Jacob Stuff, Anton Aarnink, Maddie Buisch, Steitler Buisch, Coach Stuff

Friday Memo April 10, 2015

April 10th, 2015

See you at the Gala tonight!

Parents,

We’ve had a good bit of interest in the 2016 Belize trip and the 2017 Costa Rica trip. Because the initial registration period before spring break was so short, we asked EF Tours to extend the discounted price through April. They were happy to provide the extension.

We are holding one more parent/student interest meeting about the trips next week – Thursday evening (April 16th) at 6:00PM. The meeting will be in Ms. Cannon’s room near the school office.

If you could not attend the first meeting in March and would like to learn more about these exciting opportunities, please plan to attend. The links below take you to our tour pages, the trip itineraries, etc.

www.eftours.com/1726668XB (Belize)

www.eftours.com/1726550XW (Costa Rica)

Please don’t register on the site without speaking to me or Mrs. Kittel first. We want to be sure that we have enough travelers committed before official sign up begins.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call or email.

We hope to see you next week,

Terri Kittel
Greg Abel

Spring Fling…is Saturday, April 18th, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at the YMCA on Adams Mill. Cost is $10.00 per student, and the deadline for payment is Wednesday, April 15th.

Spirit Week…is next week. All of the activities have been posted to the website calendar. http://www.langstoncharter.org/about-langston/calendar.html

From Ms. Cannon…Model UN Awards 2015

Congratulations to the following students who represented our school and your families so well this week at the Model UN conference in Black Mountain, NC. We are very proud of your hard work and accomplishments.

Served in a Leadership Role as Chairs, Presiding Officers and Clerks in General Assembly and Plenary:
CC Snoad, Charlie Forstein, Anna McGowan, Rachel Begley

Served in a Leadership Role as Chairs, Presiding Officers and Clerks in Committee: Sydney Keffer, Katelyn Supra, Erin Carson, Skylar Antoniades, Vena Mohanassoundaram, Isabel Patton

Served in a Leadership Role in the Security Council:
Blake Sorrell, CC Snoad, Charlie Forstein, Anna McGowan, Rachel Begley, Sophie Anderson, Erin Carson, Katelyn Supra

Outstanding Statesman:
Blake Sorrell, Alex Escobar, Madhav Bhat

Outstanding Booth at Festival of Nations:
Representing Rwanda – Sophie Anderson, Sydney Keffer, Katelyn Supra

Representing South Sudan – CC Snoad, Charlie Forstein, Anna McGowan, Rachel Begley

Representing Iceland – Gabe Ramsey, Colton Rouse, Sam Larsen, Madhav Bhat

Representing Bhutan – Marlee McCutchen, Emily Smith

Outstanding Native Attire at Festival of Nations:
Representing Tonga – Skylar Antoniades, Lexie Jajack, Lauren Bradley, Hanna Schatteman

Fiji – Erin Carson, Tatiana Sanz, Vena Mohanassoundaram

Outstanding Resolutions:
Representing Rwanda – Sophie Anderson, Sydney Keffer, Katelyn Supra

Representing Republic of Korea – Haseeba Karim

Representing South Sudan – CC Snoad, Charlie Forstein, Anna McGowan, Rachel Begley

Resolutions Advanced to General Assembly:
Representing Kyrgyzstan – Blake Sorrell, Luke Mixson, Alex Escobar, JP Waynick

Resolutions Advanced to Plenary:
Representing Rwanda – Sophie Anderson, Katelyn Supra, Sydney Keffer

Representing South Sudan – CC Snoad, Charlie Forstein, Rachel Begley, Anna McGowan

Annual Meeting date is April 23rd at Woodruff Road Christian Church.

Testing will begin week of the 28th.

Sports from Mrs. Deas…
Girls’ Soccer
The Girls soccer team is off to a Great start this Spring, in fact they have only lost 1 game in overtime in penalty kicks, against a very strong more experienced team. They are working hard during practices working on skills and endurance. We hope to finish the season strong and win the Division Championship- Great Job ladies! Next Tuesday the Lady Chargers travel to Shannon Forest for a 4:00 game.

Golf
Congratulations to the golf team for the victory over St. Mary’s this week. Aaron Schickler was the medalist with a score of 40. Our next match is Thursday, April 16 at Hejaz against Mt. Zion and Mitchell Road Christian Academy.

Boys’ Soccer
Tryouts for the 2015-2016 Boys’ Soccer team will be held in May. More information will be available soon.

Friday Memo March 27, 2015

March 24th, 2015

Spring Break is next week. See you on Monday, April 6th.

Gear Turners Unleashed Awarded 2nd Place Champions Award at S.C. FLL Lego Robotics Tournament…It was another amazing day for our amazing Lego Robotics Team, Gear Turners Unleashed, from Langston Charter Middle School! The team competed in the S.C. First Lego League Robotics Tournament on Saturday, March 22, 2015 in Lexington, SC at River Bluff High School. The team won the Champions Award 2nd Place! They competed in 4 categories and placed 2nd in the State Overall out of 58 teams! This is a very high honor! So proud of this team! They have worked very hard for over 6 months and it is so exciting to see them receive this award! They will advance to the Arkansas Invitational Tournament which will be held at the University of Arkansas on May 14-17. Great job Gear Turners!!! Pictured above from left to right: Front Row: Haseeba Karim, Elijah Budd, Michael Causey, Corey Klepin, Back Row: Coach Causey, Jacob Stuff, Anton Aarnink, Maddie Buisch, Steitler Buisch, Coach Stuff

This past Saturday Genius Gears competed against 58 other teams at the SC FLL Robotics Tournament in Columbia. They placed 2nd in Robot Run and 4th overall. This is a huge accomplishment for a Rookie Team. These kids have worked so hard for the last 7+ months, and it truly showed at the Tournament. Congratulations to Ethan Bragg, Andrew Chekanov, Tyler Davidson, Chase Dunlap, Isabella Gonzalez, Matt Keech, and Jenna Sigel for their hard work and dedication for the last several months!! They truly represented Langston well!

The election for the 2015-2016 Langston Board of Directors will be held in May.

This year’s board elections will fill openings for the following positions:

Ways & Means Director
Secretary
Director At-Large (IT focus)
Academic Affairs Coordinator
Public Relations Director
Director At-Large

These are two-year commitments – terms expire in June 2017.

We are actively seeking qualified nominees for the following positions, which will be vacated by current members this year: Ways & Means, Secretary, and Director At-Large.

Self-Nomination Forms will be available following the information meeting in April.

There will be a Board Information Meeting on April 14, 2015 (5:45-6:15PM) in Mr. Black’s classroom. If you have questions prior to the information meeting, please contact Mr. Abel (gabel@langstoncharter.org) or Brian Woodard (bwoodard@langstoncharter.org).

FROM THE LANGSTON FOUNDATION:
The Langston foundation has been given four complimentary One-Day Park Hopper Passes from Disney World that can be used at any of their unique theme parks: the Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom ($500 total value!). These passes expire in two years – so they are good until February 13, 2017!
Raffle tickets are just $10 for a chance to win these 4 One-Day Park Hopper Passes.
Multiple tickets can be purchased to increase your chances of winning. We will pick the lucky winner at Langston’s 10th Anniversary Gala & Silent Auction on Friday, April 10, 2015. You do not have to be present to win (but we hope to see you at the gala). Email athompson@langstoncharter.org for the raffle ticket order form.

Friday Memo March 20, 2015

March 20th, 2015

Thanks again to everyone that helped with Teacher Appreciation Week.

FROM THE LANGSTON FOUNDATION:
The Langston foundation has been given four complimentary One-Day Park Hopper Passes from Disney World that can be used at any of their unique theme parks: the Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom ($500 total value!). These passes expire in two years – so they are good until February 13, 2017!

Raffle tickets are just $10 for a chance to win these 4 One-Day Park Hopper Passes.

Multiple tickets can be purchased to increase your chances of winning. We will pick the lucky winner at Langston’s 10th Anniversary Gala & Silent Auction on Friday, April 10, 2015. You do not have to be present to win (but we hope to see you at the gala). Email athompson@langstoncharter.org for the raffle ticket order form.

The Langston Drama Club has worked hard this year and can’t wait for you to see their production!!! Buy a ticket, attend the show, and students earn 2 hours of community service, AND parents earn 2 hours of parent volunteer service!! Hope to see LOTS of you there!!

The LCMS Drama Club would like to invite everyone to our upcoming theatrical performance! We look forward to entertaining you!
What: Law and Order: Fairy Tale Unit by Jonathan Rand
When: Tuesday, March 24th at 6:30pm
Where: Envision Church – 24 Park Woodruff Drive in Greenville – near HH Gregg, Hamrick’s and Frankie’s Fun Park.
Tickets will be available until the day of the play at the front desk at LCMS, or at the performance that evening. Adults – $3, Students/child (under 15) – $1
Sheri Winters-Dillard

There is a student led ice cream social fundraiser that needs volunteers. Please see the email sent on Friday for more information.

Friday Memo March 13, 2015

March 13th, 2015

The election for the 2015-2016 Langston Board of Directors will be held in May. If you are interested in serving on the LCMS Board, please plan to attend our Board Information Meeting on April 14th. The meeting will be held in Mr. Black’s classroom from 5:45-6:15PM. You are also invited to stay for our April board meeting beginning at 6:30 on the 14th.

If you have any questions prior to the information meeting, please contact Mr. Abel gabel@langstoncharter.org or our board chairman, Brian Woodard, at bwoodard@langstoncharter.org

Congratulations to the Science Fair Winners…1st place, Patric Ortiz-Jauregui for “Effects of Spices on Bacteria”. 2nd place, Emma Anderson for “ Candy Color”, and 3rd place, Mattison Gaillard for “Dog Toy Lab”.

Langston’s 10th Anniversary Gala…All past and present Langston parents are invited to help us celebrate Langston’s 10th anniversary with a gala & silent auction on Friday, April 10th at The Loom, 300 South Street, Simpsonville, from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. If you’ve never been there, you are in for a treat! It occupies at 100+ year old textile mill with original hardwood floors and brick walls in the heart of old downtown Simpsonville behind the clock tower.

P. Simpson’s is providing an array of heavy hors doeuvres like beef/bacon sliders, shrimp/grits/cheese hush puppies, pimento cheese crostini, pigs in blanket wontons, and more! Beer and wine and Langstini cocktails will be served and everyone will get 2 free drinks ($3 cash bar after that!). Party attire suggested!

Limited number of tickets available so Don’t Miss Out!! Deadline to purchase tickets is March 16th. Email athompson@langstoncharter.org with any questions.

Father Daughter Dance is March 20th from 6:30 until 8:30 in the Langston gym.

Thanks to Travis, JoAnne, and Sierra the service dog for visiting with Ms. Cannon’s and Mr. Black’s 5th period classes on Wednesday. The students learned about Battle Buddies, an organization raising and training service dogs for veterans.

We have several dishes and plates in our kitchen that belong to parents. If you are missing something please come in and see if we have it.

The Drama Club’s Play will be on Tuesday, March 24th at 6:30pm at Envision Church – 24 Park Woodruff Drive in Greenville. Everyone is welcome to attend the performance. We will have tickets for sale and they will be available starting next Wednesday at the front desk at LCMS. Ticket price will be $3.00 per adult. $1.00 per student/child 15 or under.
The Drama Club is looking for an adult with experience and equipment to video tape our Drama Club performance on the evening of Tuesday, March 24th. We would also like our volunteer to copy the video performance onto DVD’s for each of our 21 cast members. DVD’s will be provided. If you can help with this, please contact Sheri Winters-Dillard at (864) 907-2979 as soon as possible.