Sunday, October 31, 2010

CHECK IT OUT: BOOSTERS SILENT AUCTION OFFERS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!

The Burlington High School Music Boosters has been overwhelmed this year with items for everyone: theatre tickets, spa surprises, baseball collectibles, vacation getaways, dining gift certificates, museum tickets. Take some time and look over what we have to offer on Saturday, November 6, at the Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction. The concert begins at 7:30 but doors to the high school will open at 6:30 for all who wish to purchase tickets, review the exciting items and place your bids!


AND REMEMBER: BID HIGH AND BID OFTEN. The proceeds of this benefit go to the programs we support for the music department at BHS.



1. GETAWAY DREAMS IN NH
Weekend escape to a beautiful, Lakefront Cabin on Batch Lake, in lovely Wakefield, New Hampshire Offer valid for fall, winter, spring; reservations to be made with owner. Donor: The Gregorio Family. Value: $750
 

2. A WEEKEND AWAY IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD
Two nights in the beautiful Hilton Garden Inn, including breakfast. Donor: Hilton Garden Inn, 5 Wheeler Rd, Burlington. Value: $250

3. A HAIR-RAISING NIGHT
What better way to enjoy a night out than with two tickets to see Shear Madness. Donor: Shear Madness, Charles Theatre II, 74 Warrenton Street, Boston. Value: $10

4. COMPUTE THIS
Gift certificate for one hour of computer service for your PC system, network or peripherals. Donor: PC Healthstop, 101 Cambridge St., Burlington. Value: $85

5. ELIZABETH KNOWS BEST
Gift certificate to Elizabeth Grady. Donor: Elizabeth Grady, 70 The Mall Road, Burlington. Value $70

6. RETURN TO CAMELOT
Four 2-for-1 admission tickets to the JFK Presidential Library and Museum. Donor: JFK Presidential Library and Museum, Columbia Point, Boston, MA. Value: $48

7. ONE IF BY LAND, TWO IF BY SEA!
Four tickets to the Paul Revere House and a customized, reserved visit for your family or group to Minuteman National Park, 2 Junior Park Ranger Hats and Ranger tour books to Minuteman National Park and a copy of “The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere,” signed by illustrator Christopher Bing. Donors: The Paul Revere House, 19 North Square, Boston, MA; Minuteman National Park, Leslie Obleschuk, Chief of Interpretation and Education. Value: PRICELESS!

8. WHEELOCK FAMILY FUN
Four tickets to the Wheelock Family Theatre. Donor: Wheelock Family Theatre, 200 The Riverway, Boston, MA  Value: $120

9. ENGAGE YOUR SPIRIT, MIND AND SENSES
Four-pack of tickets to the Peabody Essex Museum. Donor: Peabody Essex Museum, East India Square, 161 Essex St, Salem, MA. Value: $60

10. RECREATION TIME IS FUN TIME
$50 Gift Certificate for a Burlington Recreation Department program, $5 gift certificate for Subway, and one ticket to Showcase Cinemas Woburn. Donors: Burlington Recreation Department; Subway Restaurant, 31 Cambridge Street, Burlington; Showcase Cinemas Woburn, 25 Middlesex Canal Parkway, Woburn. Value: $65

11. TALE AS OLD AS TIME
A family pack of four tickets awaits the highest bidder for BHS’ production of Beauty and the Beast, March 25-26 and April 1-2, 2010. Donor: Burlington High School Music Department. Value: $60

12. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
Gift certificate for four 30-minute private lessons at Real School of Music. Donor: Real School of Music, 56 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington. Value: $165

13. KEEPIN’ IT CLEAN AND PRESSED!
Gift cards from Spencer Cleaners, 271 Cambridge Street, Burlington. Donor: Spencer Cleaners, Dan Ditucci, owner. Value: $30

14. THE ENVY OF IT ALL
Gift certificate good for one massage at Massage Envy. Donor: Massage Envy, 2 Wayside Road, Burlington. Value: $78

15. ISN’T IT WONDERFUL!
A family-pack of four tickets It’s a Wonderful Life, December 4 & 5. Donor: Burlington High School. Value: $60

16. GIVE THANKS THIS THANKSGIVING
Gift certificate to fill your pantry! Donor: Roche Brothers, 34 Cambridge St, Burlington. Value: $150

17. CHILLIN’ AT CHILI’S
Gift card for Chili’s Grill & Bar and two tickets to Showcase Cinemas Woburn. Donors: Chili’s Grill & Bar, 108 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington; Showcase Cinemas Woburn, 25 Middlesex Canal Parkway, Woburn. Value: $46

18. TU-TU PRETTY
$25 gift certificate to Patterson’s Back Bay Dancewear. Donor: Patterson’s Back Bay Dancewear, 185 Cambridge Street, Burlington. Value: $25

19. “WHO’S ON THIRD?”
Autographed baseball from Red Sox veteran third baseman, #29, Adrian Beltre. Donor: Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park, Boston. Value: EBay value $75

20. BYE BYE STRESS, HELLO WELLNESS
Gift certificate for therapeutic massage or corrective exercise at the Ikier Wellness Center, 101 Cambridge St, #390, Burlington. Donor: Beverley Ikier. Value: $125

21. COOK’S NIGHT OFF
$25 gift certificate to Dandelion Green and two tickets to AMC Burlington. Donors: Dandelion Green, 90 Burlington Mall Road, Burlington; AMC Burlington, 20 South Ave., Burlington. Value: $45

22. MEALTIME IN A JIFFY!
Gift card for Pizza Works. Donor: Pizza Works, 222 Cambridge Street. Value: $25

23. ELEGANTLY DELICIOUS!
Two gift cards for The Capital Grille. Goes to two highest bidders. Donor: The Capital Grille, 10 Wayside Road, Burlington. Value: (2) at $50 each

24. A ROYAL AUDIENCE
Pair of tickets to see Dame Edna on stage at the Regent Theatre in Arlington on Saturday, January 22. Donor: The Regent Theatre, 7 Medford Street, Arlington, MA. Value: $50

25. JAVA JIVE
A specialty basket filled with coffee and brunch-related products. Basket includes a set of mugs, coffee, biscotti, pancake mix and extras. Donor: Diane Mills. Value: $50

26. DIP INTO SOMETHING DIFFERENT
Gift certificate to The Melting Pot. Donor: Melting Pot, 213 Burlington Road, Bedford. Value: $25

27. PAMPER YOURSELF PERFECT!
Basket filled with items from Bath and Body Works. Donors: The Cote Family. Value: $60

28. CHIM CHIM CHEREE!
Two tickets to “Sing-A-Long Mary Poppins” (movie) at the Regent Theatre in Arlington, Friday, November 26 at 7:00 pm. Donor: The Regent Theatre, 7 Medford Street, Arlington, MA. Value: $30

29. STANDING TALL WITH GRACE
A graceful and beautiful orchid plant. Donor: A Whole Bunch, Burlington Mall/Cambridge St., Burlington. $40

30. CRAVINGS NO MORE!
Gift certificate for Burlington Jade. Donor: Burlington Jade, 271B Cambridge Street, Burlington. Value: $20

31. PICTURE PERFECT
A photographed and framed print of a water lily by Deborah Monte. Donor: Deborah Monte. Value: $59

32. WINTERTIME…. AND THE TANNING IS EASY
One month unlimited tanning at any level (excludes spray tan).Donor: Hollywood Tans, 101 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington. Value: $100

33. OO-LA-LA! FRENCH QUILTING ARTISTRY
Two sets of quilted wall hangings made with a French flair, one set ethnic and one set theatre themed. Donor: Josephine Perelman. Value: Priceless

34. MINSTRELS, OAFS AND JESTERS
Gift certificate for 5 (admission $25.00 per person). 21+. Donor: Medieval Manor Theatre Restaurant, 246 East Berkeley St, Boston, MA. Value: $100

35. THE TABLE IS COMPLETE
Gift card for Given Erwin Florist and Garden Center, 35 Chestnut Ave., Burlington. Value: $50

36. CELEBRATE WITH AN ARRANGEMENT
Elegant seasonal centerpiece in silk and dried flowers accented with an aromatic jar candle. Donor: Diane Mills. Value: $50

37. STRINGS THAT SING
An hour of mentoring/coaching with professional violinist Colin Davis. Donor: The Ikier Wellness Center. Donor: Ikier Wellness Center, 101 Cambridge Street, Suite 390, Burlington. Value: $150

38. 30 YEARS AND STILL RUNNING 
Two tickets to see "Godspell" at the Turtle Lane Playhouse (11/26 thru 12/30). Donor: Turtle Lane Playhouse, 283 Melrose St., Auburndale, MA. Value: $60


39. PET VET CHECK
Gift certificate for Wellness Visit and Vaccines from Burlington Veterinary Hospital. Donor: Burlington Veterinary Hospital, 64 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington. Value: $250

BHS Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction Hits the Papers

In the final week leading up to the Boosters Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction, the coverage in the press has been amazing.

Here are links to some of the on-line/print coverage.

Boston Sunday Globe

Lowell Sun

Burlington Union

This year' event promises to be unforgettable with the voices of three dynamic tenors, John Middleton-Cox, Ray Bauwens and Damien Corcoran. Joining them will be the BHS Chorus and Select Singers.

The Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction is the primary fundraiser for the BHS Music Boosters Association. The proceeds of this event support all Boosters programs for the music department at the high school and include an unmatched number of scholarships from any local organization, transportation, performance attire and banquets honoring every musician, dance squad and color guard member.

The silent auction items are fabulous and will be under a separate post...but fair warning: you won't want to miss what we have to offer this year! Bid high and bid often!!!

Tickets for the Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction are now on sale. Visit http://www.burlingtontickets.org/ or for more information, phone 781-A-FUN-TIC!

Friday, October 29, 2010

AND THE BEAT GOES ON...MARCHING BAND AT WOBURN HALLOWEEN PARADE

So who is this????
This fall has swallowed up every moment of time for the marching band members and their families like a big, ugly monster on Halloween.

From Band Camp that occupied their final two weeks of summer to after school practices and sectionals, the Salem Invitational and football fields that are foreign territory to all, it has been a packed schedule.

Now it's time for more fun!!! This Sunday the BHS Marching Band will participate in the Woburn Lions Club Halloween Parade on Sunday, October 31. YES...IT IS ON HALLOWEEN!!!

The parade starts at 1pm and runs down Main Street, Woburn with the start at the Woburn Movie Theater. Our kids usually go all out and dress in some sort of Halloween get-up over their marching band uniforms... it's a great day for them!  

The annual Halloween Parade has not only been a favorite activity of an estimated 80,000 spectators of all ages every year but provides an opportunity for the Lion’s Club to collect donations along the parade route for eye research.  Featuring nearly 30 bands and marching units, more than 100 floats and with over 5,000 participants in the parade, it is a great take on a Sunday afternoon.

Come out and cheer them along! Don't forget your costume!!!

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Weezie, it's the big one! BHS Red Devils vs. Reading Rockets

And we mean "BIG ONE."

Come join the Burlington fans as we travel to Reading to watch the BHS Red Devils vs. the Reading Rockets. The opposing team is fierce, but so are we! The opposing marching band is phenomenal but can they really touch the BHS Marching Band?

You can only judge if you are there so

COME MAKE SOME NOISE!

The BHS vs. RHS game begins at 7:00 pm tomorrow at Reading High School, 62 Oakland Street, Reading.

Be there to watch it all happen!

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

The New England Tenors: A Bit of Heaven on Earth

 Music is God's gift to man, the only art of Heaven given to earth, the only art of earth we take to Heaven.
 Walter Savage Landor

The Burlington High School Music Boosters' Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction is just over a week away. Our guest performers this year are The New England Tenors who are fresh off their triumphant sold-out premiere performance at the Ashworth By The Sea in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. This will be an evening of perfection, a little bit of heaven on earth!
 
The evening's program will not only feature The New England Tenors with John Middleton-Cox, Ray Bauwens and Damien Corcoran, accompanied by Alan Freedman, but will also showcase our own Burlington High School Chorus and Select Singers. Selections for the benefit will include songs from West Side Story and The Secret Garden and some old favorites that will become new again,  including You Raise Me Up, O Danny Boy, Time To Say Goodbye and Amazing Grace.

Intermission will feature our Silent Auction during which a festive pastry buffet will be served, genorously donated by Delicious Desserts, The Hilton Garden Inn, La Cascia's, Roche Brothers, Shaws, Stop N Shop Lexington, Stop N Shop Bedford, and True North. (A complete list of silent auction items will appear here next week.)

Join us on Saturday, November 6, 2010, for a magical evening that you will never forget. Tickets are available now at http://www.burlingtontickets.org/. For more information, call 781-A-FUN-TIC.
 
See you  in the clouds!


Saturday, October 23, 2010

Jump On It: BHS Marching Red Devils Celebrate Another Football Win in Style!

As each week passes and the wins keep coming for the Burlington Red Devils, the BHS Marching Band and its groupies seem to get, shall we say, zanier!!!

Although the temperatures last night were probably somewhere around 38 degrees, it didn't stop a group of VERY ENTHUSIASTIC moms, dance squad members and even percussionist (yes, they do have rhythm!) from celebrating with what is now known as "The Mommy Dance," aka, "Jump On It" by the Sugar Hill Gang!

Take a look and enjoy! Next week maybe YOU can join in!

video

Now, tell us. How can you not come to the game in Reading this Friday night at 7 pm and join in on the fun?


Wednesday, October 20, 2010

BHS Takes Field Again! Burlington vs Watertown This Friday, 7:00 pm

It's almost game day!

This week's Burlington Red Devil's Football Game is a home game will take place on Friday, October 22, against the Watertown Raiders.

Word has it that another piece is being learned by the BHS Marching Band...could it premiere this week?

See you on Friday...7:00 pm...Woburn High School, 88 Montvale Ave., Woburn.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Eyes With Pride: Guest Post Praises BHS Marching Band

We're really not bragging...we just wanted to share a "Letter to the Editor" that recently appeared in the newspaper regarding the professionalism and respect our Marching Band students have when faced with students from other schools (both the good and not so good schools).

Dear Editor:

I attended the Burlington High School football game recently when we played against Woburn. I’m a proud marching band parent of a sophomore and two freshmen. Many years ago I was in the marching band so I do remember the intense moments when one town played against a “border” town. Did I mention INTENSE?

Well, some things never change …As our band started marching into the stands, the fans from the opposing team started dropping “f” bombs and “flipping the bird” at our band…. I have NEVER seen anything that DISRESPECTFUL in my life!

Our Burlington High School Marching band showed so much CLASS during this episode, I can’t even begin to tell you. They ignored the swearing, the hand gestures and everything else these “children” endured on them! I can’t think of a prouder moment for me as a parent to see our entire BHS Marching band stand tall, heads held high and not flinch through it all.

It’s amazing to me how a week prior to this game , we played against Belmont and how respectful both the Belmont fans were to us and our Marching band. “You’re band is fabulous, you’re band is awesome” were just a few comments made to me as I sat among these people in the stands. What a difference a week makes!

The level of maturity this band exhibits is done by great parenting on all our parts, but some credit has to go to our wonderful Band Director, Mr. Matt Lovell. He has molded this band, color guard and dance squad to be absolutely fabulous both on the field and in the stands.

They are all awesome young adults and we, as a town, should be proud of them all. If you have never seen them perform, you should attend one of these football games. When the band was in Florida this past April, marching down Main St. at Disney World, a Disney Park Usher told a BHS band parent, “I have worked a long time at this park and seen a lot of bands….This Burlington High School Marching band is the BEST band I have seen thus far!” Now combine that with our GREAT Football team this year, and you can’t go wrong for a great night out! Enough said!

So my “Shout” in this letter goes out to you, BHS marching band, the color guard, and the dance squad… Those TWO weeks of Band camp, EVERY DAY, for 6 HOURS a day, in the hottest summer month of August…the band class you take every day during school as part of your class schedule… the after school practices you attend for 1-2 hours, does not go unnoticed in my eyes or in the eyes of all your parents.

You all have worked so hard and it shows through and through. It’s just too bad that when you are the “away” team, you are sometimes subjected to what you saw and heard that Friday night….and I for one am sorry you had to deal with that and unfortunately, as you all know, will probably deal with again!

You always show Class, Dignity & Respect. We are proud at how you conducted yourself at that game and will continue to be proud of you. Never fall to another town’s level…Hold your head up high like you always do!

“Eyes with Pride” is the band’s motto and you can see that in every band member’s eyes. You can also see it in my eyes when I look at every member of this GREAT group of kids.

Nice job guys….You make the town of Burlington PROUD!!! Continue to do so!

Brenda Cahoon

Thursday, October 14, 2010

THE NEW ENGLAND TENORS to perform at Gala Benefit Concert & Silent Auction

     The Burlington High School Music Boosters Association is thrilled to present its third annual Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction on Saturday, November 6 at 7:30 pm in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center.
     This year’s event will feature The New England Tenors, a trio of professional musicians who bring years of performing a broad variety of musical genres to the stage like no other tenor group.
     Enjoy the brilliant sounds of Damien Corcoran, John Middleton-Cox and Ray Bauwens as they present classic songs made famous by The Three Tenors and The Irish Tenors, inspirational selections including “You Raise Me Up,” and Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” as well as solos and duets from Broadway’s best-loved musicals. Visit their website to hear audio clips at http://www.newenglandtenors.com/.
     Joining The New England Tenors on stage will be the Burlington High School Chorus and Select Singers. The singers, led by director John Middleton-Cox, will be showcased independently and will also blend their voices with the trio, treating the audience to familiar favorites including “Amazing Grace.”
The New England Tenors
      Admission to the Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction is $15 adults, $10 senior citizens and students. Ticket prices include reserved seats, a festive dessert buffet served during intermission, and the silent auction with a bounty of fabulous items and baskets, all graciously donated by members of the BHS Music Boosters and local area business. Tickets can be purchased online at www.burlingtontickets.org. For more information please phone 781-A-FUN-TIC.
     The Fogelberg Performing Arts Center, located at 123 Cambridge Street, Burlington, is handicapped accessible (for special assistance, please phone 781-270-1860).

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

BHS PERFORMING ARTS SUPERFAN page now on Facebook

Facebook has a new superfan page!

The BHS Performing Arts Superfan page has been added to keep everyone up-to-date on the performances that will take place in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center!

The first performance announced is the Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction featuring The New England Tenors and showcasing the BHS Chorus and Select Singers, followed by "It's a Wonderful Life," the BHS Holiday Concert, the BHS Ides of March Concert, "Beauty and the Beast," the BHS Spring Concert, and Spring Sing.

"Like" the BHS Performing Arts Superfan page when you see it on Facebook and you will be notified of all events and messages pertaining to performances!



Sunday, October 10, 2010

SALEM MARCHING BAND INVITATIONAL: A Pictorial of Success!

Many thanks to Ron Conti for these photos from Burlington High School Marching Band's performance at the Salem Invitational held on October 9 in Salem, NH.

To view all the pictures, go to the 2010-2011 BHS Marching Band Fan page on Facebook. Tons of video there, too!.


The wheels on the bus go round and round as the BHS Marching Band arrives at destination Salem. Three buses carried the band to the event, with snacks for the students provided by Hospitality Chair Shirley Fong.




There is no way to adequately describe the masses of marching band musicians at the Salem Invitational, but the following pictures are an attempt. That's Burlington in the front, seated on bleachers on the field. In order to provide enough seating for spectators, the bands were placed on the field, as in our case, and on the visitors side.




The parent volunteers from the BHS Music Boosters Association have been a tremendous help in moving our equipment on and off the field. Joining them for this year's Salem Invitation are alumni Eric Leva, Carolyn Kelly, Kevin Parker, Erica Dooley (Asst. Dance Coach), Alex Meier and Marissa diGregorio and Chelsea Rose.


Now that's some brass!


How about these pictures? You can almost hear the notes and rhythms they were playing when these pictures were shot!




BHS Drum Line on approach for their solos

Flags were perfection!


The Dance Squad was one solid unit!


The Burlington High School Marching Band exudes class as they make their approach to the field and as they depart. They are trained to respect the genre and the discipline that it takes. The following pictures are a perfect example of this...check out how they are marching in step, no missteps here! A special note: as each band left the field and passed the BHS band, our drum majors were in full salute, honoring their fellow musicians. Another proud moment for the families in the stands.





Congratulations to the members of the Burlington High School Marching Band. The hours and hours of rehearsal, on and off the field, paid off.

Friday, October 8, 2010

BHS TO PLEASE CROWDS AT SALEM (NH) MARCHING BAND INVITATIONAL

The Burlington High School Marching Band will take the field tomorrow at the Salem (NH) Marching Band Invitational in a performance that promises to knock em dead!


The Salem Invitational has been a favorite for years. For our student musicians it gives them the opportunity to see what and how other marching bands are performing. As Matt Lovell has stated on numerous occasions, it nurtures the creativity of everyone! From the smallest groups of perhaps 30 members to the largest of over 300, it is a lovefest of musicians and appreciation for the genre.

The Salem Invitational begins at 6:30 pm and will take place at Salem High School, Salem, NH (directions are posted ont he right sidebar). This year the BHS Marching Band will perform following intermission (rumor is it that we're #10 on the roster).

WORD OF WARNING: Dress warmly. Hats, gloves, blankets, bench warmers, hand and foot warmers, you know the drill! The cold settles in pretty quickly! Also, food concessions are available and in past years souvenirs (t-shirts, etc) have also been available for purchase.

PS: This event is hosted by the music boosters club of Salem High School. The coordination for this event is absolutely mind-boggling!


Photos by Ron Conti.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS: Burlington faces Woburn in age-old rivalry!

The Burlington High School Red Devils face off against the Woburn Tanners this Friday evening at 7:00 pm, Woburn High School, 88 Montvale Ave.

This will be the last half-time show for the BHS Marching Band just prior to its much-anticipated performance at the Salem (NH) Marching Band Invitational on Saturday evening. Despite the inclement weather during the first half of the week, the sections have been furiously preparing for the events, and the level of perfection they have reached will BLOW YOU AWAY!!! As a long-term DisneyWorld employee stated during last year's performance in the Magic Kingdom, this is the best band you'll ever see!

There has been a lot of chatter on Facebook events pages about the Burlington-Woburn rivalry that has the Music Boosters hoping parents will all come out and support our school and our kids! By the way, this is a home game for Woburn so the band will be sitting towards the end of the stands.

Come on out this week for Friday Night Lights! And arrive early...according to the Facebook page there are well over 500 kids who plan to be in attendance...parking spaces will be at a premium!

Saturday, October 2, 2010

DON'T TEXT AND DRIVE: A reminder to our music students and parents

Dear BHS musicians, families and friends:

The BHS Music Boosters Association would like to remind all of our student musicians to be safe when they drive.

Many of you drive to and from school during football season, rehearsals for various performances and other activities.

Please remember to put the phones away while driving. Use your electronic devices safely and work out a plan to let your parents and others know where you are and when you will be leaving so you are not tempted to pick up your phone or device while driving. And insist that your friends do the same.

The Safe Driving Act states "No person under 18 years of age shall use a mobile telephone, hands-free mobile telephone or mobile electronic device while operating a motor vehicle on any public way. For the purposes of this section, a junior operator shall not be considered to be operating a motor vehicle if the vehicle is stationary and not located in a part of the public way intended for travel." (http://bit.ly/dhgNTU)

We are proud of all of you and your accomplishments. Enjoy your high school years. But always remember to be safe, young musicians.

DON'T TEXT AND DRIVE.

Friday, October 1, 2010

WELCOME TO THE BLOG FAMILY: BHS PTSO

Burlington High School Website

The BHS Music Boosters would like to welcome the BHS Parent Teacher Student Organization to the family of BHS blogs. Going live this, we anticipate they will have important information about the BHS community so please make sure you visit them regularly!

Scroll down and click on their link in the right column.

IT'S FOOTBALL SATURDAY: BHS Red Devils vs. Belmont Mauraders, 6 PM, Woburn

The Burlington Red Devils will host the Belmont Mauraders this Saturday, October 2 at Woburn High School, 88 Montvale Ave, Woburn. Game time is 6:00 pm.

The season is exciting and after last week's blow-out over Stoneham we expect to see tons of fans in the stands! That means you!!!

Witness the greatness of the Red Devils Marching Band as they prepare for next week's trip to the Salem Marching Band Invitational.

Plenty of merchandise to be sold...and bring a few extra $$$ for the Burlington scarf...it promises to be a chilly night!

See you at the game...GO RED DEVILS!