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New Digs! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lango   
Monday, 05 July 2010 08:00
integraSuccumbing to the realities of this economy, we've relocated our living space to the address on our Contact page. The new location remains in the same school zone, so the girls won't be affected there. In fact, we're hoping to stay here until Olivia graduates in 2013. Many thanks to Jill, Marianne, Don, Val, Kathleen, Kirk, Parker, Connor, Katylin, Jake, and Kat for all your help getting us moved in. You are friends indeed. We hope to return the favor in some way soon. Good-bye Riesling Way. You are a bittersweet memory of a time perhaps more artificial than real.
 
Jason on Second Iraq Tour PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lango   
Sunday, 11 October 2009 00:00

Jason on his last day stateside before his 2nd Iraq tour.Jason departed September 13th for his second tour of duty in Iraq.  His unit, the 4th Stryker Brigade of the 2nd Infantry Division (23rd Regiment), spent a few weeks in Kuwait to acclimate and conduct preparatory briefings.  They are in Iraq now and will remain until the end of August 2010.  If you'd like to drop Jason a note or send something that will make the time pass more enjoyably, here's his address:

SGT LANGOWSKI, JASON
B.CO 2-23IN
APO AE 09378

Last Updated on Monday, 07 December 2009 22:43
 
Kelsey and Olivia Play in Benefit Concert PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lango   
Thursday, 26 February 2009 22:25
Kelsey full of energy before the concert.The Sprague Orchestra held a fundraiser comprising a benefit concert and silent auction to raise funds for their upcoming trip to New York to compete in the Heritage Festival at Riverside Church (NJ).  Both Olivia and Kelsey performed.  See the program at Sprague Orchestra site here.  Olivia played in the combined Crossler/Judson ensemble composed of the students from both school's advanced orchestras.  Olivia sat 3rd chair in the cello section and joined in playing the Moderato of "Country Wedding from The Moldan" by Smetana arranged by Dackow.  Kelsey had a bit more work to do.  Sitting 3rd chair in the viola section of the Camerata Orchestra, Olivia getting ready to playSprague's "varsity" orchestra, she first played her part for two movements of Corelli's Suite for Strings followed by an accompanying role in Telemann's Two Viola Concerto and concluding with a very impressive performance of the 2nd and 4th movements of Respighi's Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite No. 3.  Even in these difficult economic times the concert and auction did fairly well.  Around 300 people attended the concert and all told the attendees doubled their ticket prices through their auction purchases.  Follow this link to the photo album.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 March 2009 04:25
 
Bye, Bye, Spanky PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lango   
Tuesday, 12 May 2009 06:22

Our beloved #1 kitty, who was tracking Olivia age-wise through the years, succumbed to the stress of excess DNA replication as it formed a mass in his bladder.  Spanky, the prodigious orange and white short-hair that left an impression on all who visited the Langowski household, had been dropping some weight lately, though it turned out that it was attributable to dehydration.  Jack had the unenviable task of making the final decision at the vet's on Saturday, April 10th.

We'll all miss you Spanky.  We'll be publishing a pictoral history in the Photo section, so come back soon visitors.  In the meantime, please leave your comments below on your memories of the Spankster.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 December 2009 20:08
 
Kelsey to Play in All-City Concert PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lango   
Thursday, 05 February 2009 08:00

Kelsey Langowski won the viola section's 4th chair of 10 in a recent All-City High School Orchestra audtion.  She is one of four students representing Sprague High School on the 39-member honor orchestra.  The All-City orchestra is the rough equivalent of a city-wide sports all-star team.  They are in the final stages of preparation and will be performing Saturday evening, February 28th at North Salem High School in their 1100-seat auditorium.

Last Updated on Friday, 27 February 2009 00:36