Not really a secret anymore; I was so favorably impressed with the July 4 celebration at Corbett, Oregon, that I just have to say so. The whole show on Monday night was over the top, with the band Random Pressure performing when Dance Instructor/Choreographer Maryanne Carter and KT arrived. These guys are Bona Fide! Wonderful singers, real-time band.
Everything was clean, organized, courteous and efficient, all around the entire area at Corbett schools.
After the show, when the fireworks were going off, more people had arrived and it was dark. It was hard to find the return path up to the entrance. KT hauls stuff on a wheelie cart, you know, chairs, cooler, etc., (no portable microwave, we're roughing it, thank you) and a very nice young man named Nick not only led our little caravan back to the entrance, hauled the overbalanced, overloaded wheelie cart up there and all the way down to the parking area, around the fence and right up to the Happy Hyundai with Hammie Hampster in the window.
Nick says he was born and raised right there in Corbett, graduated from their schools, and of course knew his way around even in the dark. There are lots of good kids in the world but Nick is fast becoming a man. This is the kind of young people who come out of Corbett Schools. Bravo!