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Singing Grams 2024: BBHHS Students Spread Love in Classrooms

2024 Singing Grams Members
Music In Me by Jesse Hansen, Tim Hawkins, Mallorie Kostyack, Lilah Reasor, Amelie Russo, Jimmy Schneider, and Nicola Yaussy (Recorded by: Ben Lesh)

Love makes a comeback in the classrooms with Tri-M’s annual “Singing Grams” on Valentine’s Day!

Every Valentine’s Day, the singing and instrumental telegramers go from classroom to classroom delivering a fun song to sing to recipients from buyers who request the perfect song for their loved ones.

The groups this year involve two singing gram groups and three orchestra groups featuring members of the National Music Honors Society.

Singing Grams have been a blast in 2024, with over 250 sales! Students and teachers enjoy the embarrassment of their classmates and teachers!

Since You've Been Gone by Gabby Caputo, Zoe Galicky, Jack Hensley, Elise Miller, Jasmijn Plusnin, and Kenny Whitten (Recorded by: Ben Lesh)

Oliva Still, freshman states, “It was really cool watching my friends get them. When I got mine, it was super fun and the group that sang did an amazing job.

A junior, Lexi Zelinsky adds, “It was so fun to get a singing gram during my classes, and it was so nice to spend Valentine’s Day hearing my friends sing to my teacher and me! The groups did amazing, and I’m so excited for next year”

While the groups have a great time going door to door singing/playing each gram, each group is expected to make it to each class before the period ends, but this adds to great friendships resulting within the groups.

Hana Mazak, senior, adds onto what it takes to be a part of Singing Grams, saying, “We have to be well-coordinated to keep up throughout the day, but this ultimately strengthens my relationship with my fellow musicians.”

You Belong With Me by Orchestra Group (Record by: Emily Garlock)

Jimmy Schneider, junior, says that the friendships he strengthens during singing grams are one of his favorite parts. “My favorite part of singing grams is spending the day singing with friends and making others feel awkward as you sing to them.”

In the end, everybody loves the Singing Grams tradition held at BBHHS. Look forward to seeing them again next year for some more embarrassing love songs!

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Kenny Whitten
Kenny Whitten, Staff Writer
Kenny is a senior at Brecksville-Broadview Heights1 This is Kenny's first year taking Journalism and first year in the Hybreeze! Kenny is involved in Choir, Music-in-Motion, Tri-M, and Drama Club! He plans to be involved in activities such as singing & acting after high school and is attending The University of Akron with a degree in Communications for Media Studies.
Nicola Yaussy
Nicola Yaussy, Staff Editor
Nicola Yaussy is a junior in her second year writing for HyBreeze. In addition to Hybreeze, Nicola is involved in Chamber Choir, MIM, Drama Club, Tri-M, Film Club, Model UN, and HUDDLE. Nicola is excited to continue to write for the HyBreeze.

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