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CHS band students volunteer at pancake breakfast

  • Several members of the Chester High School band volunteered to help wait tables at the 2022 United Methodist Men Pancake Breakfast Saturday, April 2. The event had to be canceled the past two years due to COVID-19 but returned this year with a vengeance. The First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall was packed throughout most of the morning. Without the help of the CHS band members, it would have been almost impossible to keep up with the demands of the day. Left to right are: Nicole DeGuzman, Rylie McDonough, Will Welge, Isiah Roth, Band Director Steve Colonel, Toby Gercis and Ary Shipley.

    Several members of the Chester High School band volunteered to help wait tables at the 2022 United Methodist Men Pancake Breakfast Saturday, April 2. The event had to be canceled the past two years due to COVID-19 but returned this year with a vengeance. The First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall was packed throughout most of the morning. Without the help of the CHS band members, it would have been almost impossible to keep up with the demands of the day. Left to right are: Nicole DeGuzman, Rylie McDonough, Will Welge, Isiah Roth, Band Director Steve Colonel, Toby Gercis and Ary Shipley.
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updated: 4/5/2022 7:59 PM

Several members of the Chester High School band volunteered to help wait tables at the 2022 United Methodist Men Pancake Breakfast Saturday, April 2. The event had to be canceled the past two years due to COVID-19 but returned this year with a vengeance. The First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall was packed throughout most of the morning. Without the help of the CHS band members, it would have been almost impossible to keep up with the demands of the day. Left to right are: Nicole DeGuzman, Rylie McDonough, Will Welge, Isiah Roth, Band Director Steve Colonel, Toby Gercis and Ary Shipley.