When the musical director of the Brockville Concert Band, Lance’s lifelong friend Howard Alexander, was offered a job opportunity in Newfoundland, Lance took over as musical director of the Brockville Concert Band for the first time.
Lance also taught a music history and appreciation course at St. As fate would have it, in 1995 his cabinet shop burned down and an opening for a construction tech teacher became available at Thousand Islands Secondary School.
Finally, in the outermost ring, when the story has been told and the speaker has not been silenced directly, tale and teller are discredited.
Secrecy and silence are the perpetrator’s first line of defense.
The Brockville Concert Band performs for various community functions and entertains at charitable fundraising events.
As the Women’s Monument unveiled on Blockhouse Island in 2011 says: Yet, here we are 25 years later, and women in our communities are still being beaten, raped, sexually assaulted, sexually harassed and killed in an ongoing misogynist war on women. One woman is killed every six days in Canada by men who claim to love them.
By men who think they are justified; who think they are entitled; who think they deserve to wield that kind of power and control.
At this time Lance first joined the Brockville Concert Band - as a trumpet player.
Finding no teaching jobs available in music, in 1980 he started a custom cabinet making business which he operated successfully for many years.
The Brockville Rifles Reserve Band entertained "on the green" in the 1930s and 40s.