Rob Verdi, master saxophone player for 27 years at Disneyland, will perform Nov. 18 at the new Conrad High School Auditorium.
The concert titled Saxophobia begins at 7 p.m. Advance tickets will be sold at Olson’s Drug and at the Orpheum Theatre. Verdi, who has been collecting saxophones of all types and sizes for many years, will play a large number of his 35 saxes during the concert.
KILL SHOT — Cowgirl Rashelle Johns, junior middle hitter, smacks back a shot against a Cut Bank defender in first round play at the District tourney in Choteau. She had nine kills and 11 blocked shots, but the Cowgirls fell in the match, 3-0. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
Going into district tournament play as the fifth seeded team, Conrad drew the number four team Cut Bank for the opening game of the 1B Tournament in Choteau on Thursday.
In the first game the Lady Wolves pinned the Cowgirls into a 9-17 hole, but kill shots by Taylor Judisch and Moranda Brenteson helped keep the team alive.
Down by eight points, 12-20, Taylor Johnson came to the service line and with one ace in her service, the home girls went on a seven point run to get within a point.
Cut Bank got the contest to 22-24, but Kelli Fagan came to the line and brought the Conrad fans to their feet when the team tied the score at 24-24. However, Conrad couldn’t put the contest away and Cut Bank rallied back for two points to edge out the Cowgirls 24-26.
By Buck Traxler, I-O Editor
At one time or another you have probably received an enticing phone call or email designed to separate you from your hard earned income.
Basically they are designed to lure a senior citizen to open up their pocket book or to provide information that will lead an individual to your savings, checking or credit card accounts, or all three.
It is not by accident that seniors are the “big target” for schemers.
For one, they are more likely to have a “nest egg,” own their home and have excellent credit. All this makes you attractive to a scam artist.
Folks who were raised in the 1940s-50s were generally raised to be polite and trusting, a trait that some dubious con artist can exploit – and older Americans are less likely to report actually being a victim or getting scammed because they are too ashamed, don’t know how or don’t even know they have been scammed.