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idewater Trader July 11, 2018 Page 42
Prize Bingo
at the Rock Hall Volunteer Fire Company
21500 Rock Hall Avenue, Rock Hall, MD 21661
Filled Baskets and Bags
Friday, July 13, 2018
Doors open 6pm, Bingo starts 7pm
$20 per person . Refreshments Available
For more information call 410-639-7888
PROCEEDS BENEFIT ROCK HALLVOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY
Zach Lambert Wins The Mainstay
2018 Music Scholarship
Zachariah Lambert, a recent graduate of Kent Island High School, has won The
Mainstay’s 2018 Music Scholarship Competition. Zach will perform at the venue’s
Rendezvous au Cabaret fundraising gala on
July 14
th
this year at Hodson Hall Commons on
the Washington College Campus.
The Mainstay – the premier live music perfor-
mance venue in Rock Hall, opened its $3,000
scholarship competition to senior music stu-
dents attending a public school in Kent, Cecil
and Queen Anne’s counties who plan to pursue
music study in higher education. The scholar-
ship is funded by the proceeds from The Main-
stay’s July 14
th
gala.
Zach has played the guitar for 10 years and
intends to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Jazz
Studies and minor in Music Industry with a goal
toward becoming a professional musician. He has been part of his high school’s
jazz band, concert band, pit orchestra and marching band, playing the guitar,
trombone and percussion, bass guitar and snare drum respectively.
His numerous community activities include playing with the Community Jazz
Band at Anne Arundel Community College and Priddy Music Academy as a
leader of bands, and playing at area festivals and fundraisers for local charities.
“It’s an honor to receive the Mainstay Scholarship,” said Zach. “As a guitar player,
I hope to continue the legacy of great jazz musicians like Charlie Byrd.”
In addition to letters of recommendations from their primary music teachers
and letters outlining their experience, interests and plans for further study, each
candidate in the competition submitted an audition video posted to YouTube to
showcase two pieces of music of contrasting styles. Judging was based on tech-
nical abilities and musical interpretation.
The Mainstay’s program manager, John Thomas, led the scholarship committee
judging the competition. “Zach displays a lot of maturity in his playing. Based on
that and the sparkling recommendations from his mentors, I think Zach is a great
example of the kind of young ambitious musician we want to be supporting with
this scholarship,” said Thomas.
To purchase admittance to the Rendezvous au Cabaret gala to hear Zach’s spot-
light performance, in addition to the Classical Conservatory Jazz Band with vocal-
ist Lena Seikaly, please go to:
call 410-639-9133.
Food byOccasionsCatering, live and silent auctions, room for dancing, aMainstay
libations bar, and valet parking are all part of the evening’s offerings and festivities.
Zach Lambert, winner of The
Mainstay 2018 Music Scholarship
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Sun, August 12th 7:30am-10:30am - All
You Can Eat Breakfast at Crumpton Vol.
Fire Dept., 300 Third St., Crumpton; $9/
adult, $4/ages 6-12, ages 5 and under free;
Call 410-778-6100.
Sun, August 12th 8am - 4th Annual Pirates
& Wenches 5K Run/Walk at Waterman’s
Crab House, 21055 W. Sharp St., Rock
Hall; Rain or shine; Registration $20 until
Aug. 5th, $25 thereafter; Awards 9:30am;
Pirate attire encouraged; Free Kiddie K
Run at 7:50am for ages 10 and under;
Benefits Character Counts Kent County
and Rock Hall Elementary School PTA;
Call 410-935-3491;
com;
Thurs, August 16th 7pm - QAC Arts Coun-
cil’s Thursdays in the Park Free Concert
Series with “Phillip Dutton and The Alliga-
tors” at Hemingway’s, 357 Pier 1 Rd., Ste-
vensville; Bring blankets and chairs; Free;
Donations welcome; Call 410-758-2520;
Sat, August 18th 4:30pm-10:30pm - Leg-
acy Day celebrating the heritage of Kent
County starts with a 5pm parade featuring
antique cars and more; 6pm-10pm Live
band with dancing in the street, historical
displays, food, exhibits, crafts, vendors
and more; Downtown Chestertown; Histor-
ical Society of Kent County; 410-778-3499;
Sat, August 18th 7pm-8:30pm - Music in
the Park Concert Series featuring Soul-
fied Village and Legacy Day at Foun-
tain Park, High St., Chestertown; Bring
a chair; Rain location Emmanuel Epis-
copal Church across from park; Free;
Thurs, August 23rd 7pm - QAC Arts Coun-
cil’s Thursdays in the Park Free Concert
Series with “Bobby & The Believers” at
Cascia Winery, 1200 Thompson Creek Rd.,
Stevensville; Bring blankets and chairs;
Free; Donations welcome; 410-758-2520;
Fri, August 24th 5pm - Sultana Public Sail at
98 Cannon St., Chestertown; For tickets call
410-778-5954;
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