NEWS
CRYSTAL LAKE THUNDER IS A 2019 WGI FINALIST !
April 12, 2019

The Crystal Lake Thunder moved into the rarefied air of Finals competition at 2019 WGI in Dayton, April 12, 2019.  Their show "Weight" was extremely well received by the audience as they portrayed how the stresses and "Weight" of life can be too much for one person, but sharing that weight with others can bring relief.

In their 3 years of existence, the Thunder have moved up consistently, culminating in this 2019 Finalist position.  But even more important that their placement, they created a special bond with each other as they worked together toward a common goal.

2019 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
February 27th, 2910

The Crystal Lake Strikers is pleased to introduce four recipients of scholarships presented to members of the Strikers student ensembles. These ensembles include over 90 students from area schools.

“I am so impressed by the quality and commitment of these students. Watching them perform is a great experience,” said David Purdy, a former student of Mr. Laskey’s. “These four young people are deserving of the scholarships they received and we look forward to watching them grow.”

 

The Crystal Lake Strikers is a performing arts organization that provides a performance outlet for adult drummers and education for local students.  Georgio’s Pizza, Home State Bank, Althoff Industries, the Foglia Family Foundation, Phoenix Woodworking and Ormsby Motors are corporate sponsors.

CRYSTAL LAKE STRIKERS ANNOUNCE KINGPINS DRUMLINE
November 1, 2018

The Crystal Lake Strikers are thrilled to announce the latest addition to their educational program. The Kingpins Drumline is a cooperative effort with the Northern Illinois Recreation Association (NISRA) designed to bring the excitement of drumming to students with special needs.

 

“The Strikers have been expanding their education program substantially over the last five years. Adding a group for students with special needs is a great way for us to reach more people with the fun of drumming,” said Dale Hallerberg, director of the new group, “NISRA does so much wonderful work in the community and the opportunity to work with them made perfect sense.”