PHOTO: Voices United gives to extended care

Choir donates money to Forest View Place at Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital

By Sandra Holmes

Terri Campbell (l), chairperson of the board at Trinity Shared Ministry, presents a cheque for $1,020 to Nicole Spidle, recreation coordinator at Forest View Place.

The money was raised by the church-sponsored Voices United Community Choir at their public performance of the cantata “Go Sing It On The Mountain” by Pepper Joplin (held Dec. 16 at Dutch Lake Community Centre), and from the sale of DVDs to choir members.

The choir committee was thrilled with the turn out to the concert and by the generosity of the community.

READ MORE: Cantata moves to Dutch Lake Centre (Dec. 4, 2017)

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