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DCAAA Founder's Day Memorial Event 10/20 at 7:30

posted Oct 5, 2012, 1:40 PM by Ben Whelan-Morin
DC FOUNDERS DAY MEMORIAL EVENT

The house built in 1911 within the Capital Hill Historic District has been shrouded in mystery since its construction.
Ghostly apparitions have been reported on the staircase as you enter the front door and in the mirror above the fireplace.

After the acquisition of the 1876 Chickering Grand Piano restored by an adviser to the Smithsonian Hall of Instruments,
residents reported hearing eerie piano music at night coming from what Franz Liszt proclaimed his favorite instrument.

The entrance has been renovated to its current state and houses a music studio with bay windows. Passersby have
reported seeing flickering lights from the bay windows and people from a time gone by when the house was vacant.

On Saturday night, the 20th of October 2012 from 7:30 PM to 11:30 PM, the Washington DC Area Alumni Association
will host its FOUNDERS DAY MEMORIAL EVENT at the VOCAL STUDIOS OF JAMES K. McCULLY in Washington, DC.

The theme is a Red, Gold & BLACK PARTY with a complimentary drink and a chance to win a free prize for all Sinfonians
wearing BLACK, Gold & Red.

Honored Guests For The Evening

OSSIAN EVERETT MILLS
PERCY JEWETT BURRELL
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
EVPs By Spirit Box Communications

Music By The SINFONIA SONGS Book.

VOCAL STUDIOS OF JAMES K. McCULLY
503 4th Street, S. E.
Washington, D. C. 20003

Traditionally Friends Would Bring A Favorite Covered Dish & Preferred Spirits That Befit The Occasion.
Honoring The Memory Of The Men Of Music And Sinfonia Founding Fathers That Have Gone Before Us.

A tour of the Congressional Cemetery's JOHN PHILIP SOUSA MEMORIAL will be arranged earlier in the day just up the street.
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