Richard Marx "Right Here Waiting" at Logan High School Theatre
Entertainment, Music, theatre
A family has created two scholarship funds to honor both their mother and father who passed away. In June a fundraiser is being organized to help raise funds to give even more scholarships away to Logan High School seniors.
The family of Dorothy and Arthur (Art) Kalklosch has been working hard, since their mother and father passed away, to carry on the scholarship funds.
Paul F. Shaw, Treasurer and Chief Fiscal Officer for the Logan-Hocking Local School District, said, “Since first receiving donations for this scholarship fund in honor of Dorothy Kalklosch the fund has provided seventy (70) scholarships totally $35,700. Scholarships have been awarded to Logan High School graduates every year since the fund was started.”
To help with the fundraising the committee has decided to bring in Richard Marx for a concert on June 13, 2015. Richard Marx will be starting his show at 7:30 p.m., in the Logan High School Theater. The doors will open for seating at 6:30 p.m. that night.
Singer, songwriter, musician and producer Richard Marx has made history with a string of indelible hits that span both radio-ready rock tunes like “Don’t Mean Nothing” and “Should’ve Known Better,” and stirring romantic ballads like “Hold Onto the Nights” and “Right Here Waiting.” The Chicago native has sold more than 30 million albums and scored a total of 14 no. 1 singles. He is the only male solo artist to have his first seven singles reach the Top 5 on the Billboard charts. Quite simply, Marx has created the soundtrack to the most memorable moments in people’s lives.