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Kicking off the 70th Anniversary Celebrations with food, music, and friends

To celebrate the school’s 70th anniversary, County offered a free concert on the lawn (later moved indoors due to weather), featuring, Staff Infection, senior Sela Campbell, and graduate Emma Rowley, with food trucks available. 

Starting the show was Staff Infection, consisting of faculty members Matthew Armes on the drums, William Rosenfeld on keyboard, acoustic guitar, and vocals, Phillip D’arcangelis on bass, Matthew Trkula as lead guitarist, Camilla Bales and Elizabeth Javidian on vocals, and Richard Ricci on rhythm guitar.

Next up was senior Sela Campbell, singing classics such as Wagon Wheel and her original song, One Track Mind. Concluding was former student Emma Rowley with a setlist of her original songs.

Staff Infection performs the classics from Livin’ on a Prayer to Summer of 69. Sweet Child of Mine, however, was D’arcangelis and Ricci’s favorite to perform. (Photo by Valerie Egger)

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Cat Pizzarello
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Cat Pizzarello is a senior at Loudoun County High School. This is her third year on The County Chronicle newspaper staff and she will be serving as an editor-in-chief this year.  She really enjoys writing a variety of different articles throughout the year. Outside of newspapers, she is very involved in the cross country and track teams at LCHS since freshman year and mainly does distance events. She also really enjoys listening to music, hiking and hanging out with her family and friends.

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