Timber Creek’s One Act Play titled “The Lost Boy” follows the author of Peter Pan, James Barrie, and shows how his unfortunate circumstances inspired the story.
On Saturday, Nov. 3, the Timber Creek Marching Band competed at the Bands of America Super Regional Competition in San Antonio, TX. This was the last performance of “From the Ground Up” the band will ever perform, making it an emotional one for many of the varsity members.
Many people have said to forgive but never forget, as if forgetting is the pathway to repeating. What many people do not realize is by holding onto the memory of anger, fear, sadness, or whatever you forgave, you are doing more harm to yourself than good. You even risk harming the people you love.
Sophomore Ainsley Beers has a style that travels through time. “I like to wear stuff that looks like it could be from the 90’s and stuff that looks like early 2000’s”
Freshman Ethan Hyatt says his style gives him a “hipster” appearance. His fully buttoned up shirts are not the only thing that sets him apart, though, as he has been interested in playing drums for the jazz band since he was just four years old.