Jazzaffair 2015 April 19, 2015 - 14:01 admin High Sierra Jazz Band of Three Rivers Jim Snyder, Wally’s Warehouse Waifs Jerry Krahn, Titan Hot Seven Jason Wanner, Blue Street Jazz Band Otis Mourning, Titan Hot Seven Pieter Meijers, High Sierra Jazz Band Dave Ruffner, Blue Street Jazz Band Tom Rigney, Tom Rigney and Flambeau Steve and Elizabeth LaMar (left to right) were presented with an award for outstanding community service by Moise Garza, president of the Three Rivers Lions Club, during the annual Recognition Night ceremony held the Thursday evening before Jazzaffair. A High Sierra Jazz Band tradition during Jazzaffair is playing at Community Presbyterian Church’s Sunday morning worship service. High Street Jazz Band from Boise, Idaho, are high energy and play both the old and the new. Caroline Dahl, Tom Rigney and Flambeau Rusty Crain (left), director of Jazzaffair and manager of High Sierra Jazz Band, was presented with some jazzy stained glass artwork for his efforts. He is pictured with the artist, Vern Delk of Eugene, Ore. The Au Brothers. Chet Jaeger, Night Blooming Jazzmen Bob Draga, clarinetist The talented fingers of Jason Wanner, Blue Street Jazz Band Flip Oakes, Titan Hot Seven Danny Caron, Tom Rigney and Flambeau Seventh-graders from Three Rivers School provide meal service at the Three Rivers Memorial Building each year during Jazzaffair to raise funds for their eighth-grade trip to San Francisco.