Posted on 02 October 2014.
The Cedar View Chorus (CVC) is an extracurricular honors choir for 4th and 5th grade students in Cedar Springs.
The CVC is an audition based group of 70 students that meets 2 times a week. Students in the CVC have the opportunity to work and learn with students from different grades and classes while strengthening their understanding of music..
The CVC has performed for many different audiences in the Cedar Springs area as well as singing the national anthem for the Grand Rapids White Caps and the Griffins.
The first public performance for the CVC will be on October 17th at the Cedar Springs high school football game as they sing the Star Spangled Banner. For future performances and anything else related to the CVC, head on over to our webpage, www.cvchorus.weebly.com.
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Posted on 12 April 2012.
Six-year-old Kacie Platz, of Sand Lake, will sing the national anthem at the White Caps baseball game this Saturday, April 14, at 1 p.m.
According to her mom, Deana Platz, Kacie sang “God bless America” at the Sand Lake 9-11 parade, and then one of the teachers at Tri County asked her to sing the national anthem at the boys varsity basketball game February 28.
“After she did that, it was kind of an offhand joke from my dad that she needs to sing for the Tigers because he wanted to watch a game,” explained Deana. So she made a call to both the Tigers and the White Caps, and directed them to see her sing on YouTube. “The White Caps called back and said they wanted her!” said Deana.
If you are looking for a reason to get out and see a White Caps game, check it out Saturday and give Kacie your support! You can also check out her video on YouTube by searching for Kacie Platz.
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