Homewood-Flossmoor Fine and Performing Arts Council

Prize continues to grow in area’s first Queen of Hearts raffle

You may find your “pot of gold” in the first H-F community Queen of Hearts game. The prize is up to $10,100 and growing.
 
Queen of Hearts raffles have taken off in other communities, and this first one here is picking up interest, said Terry Keigher, a member of the H-F Fine and Performing Arts Council, one of three organizations that will benefit from the game.
 

H-F High singers plan spring trip to Italy

This spring, 65 Homewood-Flossmoor High School singers will take their musical talents to northern Italy led by teacher and choir director Michael Rugen.
 
During the nine-day trip, students performing as the H-F Master Singers will sing at a mass in Venice; at the Duomo, the main cathedral in Milan; and a number of impromptu performances along the way. Rugen said in all the singers will perform five or six times in the nine days.
 

Queen of Hearts raffle invades the H-F community

The excitement of Queen of Hearts raffles that has spread through the Chicago area is now available in the Homewood-Flossmoor community. Will the winner be decided at the first drawing on Wednesday, Sept. 12? Organizers hope to keep the raffle going for the 120 days allowed by the license, but it is a game of chance so anyone could win at any time, said Terry Keigher, who is heading up the raffle committee.

Auction to help H-F singers share their talents with Europe

The 55 members of the H-F Master Singers are holding an auction on Jan. 16 at 8 p.m. to raise money for their singing tour in Budapest, Vienna and Prague. With a theme of “Passport to Prague and Beyond,” the room will be transformed into a European adventure with steamer trunks, passports and old cameras. Kim O’Lone, publicity chair, promises “it will be fabulous.”

H-F Master Singers begin raising money for spring trip to Europe

The Homewood-Flossmoor Master Singers will be headed to Europe next year to share their voices with audiences in Budapest, Vienna and Prague. With the tour route established, students invited to join the tour are turning their attention to fundraising to help pay the costs of the trip. 

Prepare for the zombie apocalypse coming to Homewood soon

Many disasters catch us by surprise. 

Not the zombie apocalypse. We know when it will happen and where, and we have a little time to prepare. Mark your calendars for 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, at Apollo Park in Homewood. 

Cook's Night Out at Flossmoor Station to benefit HF Orchestra's Spain trip

Flossmoor Station will donate 15 percent of all sales, lunch and dinner, dine-in or carry-out, on Tuesday, Oct. 21, to the HF Orchestra's Spring Break 2015 performance tour to Spain. To participate, present this flyer when placing an order.

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