What Christmas already? – Choir practice begins

Community Choir will be presenting a program of seasonal music and song

Here it is the end of summer and we’re talking about getting ready for Christmas. As of Sept. 1 Costco had their Christmas items for sale. But if you want a good selection I guess now is the time to buy. Well the same goes for Christmas choirs. We need to take the fall months to prepare for an awesome presentation in December. The North Thompson Community Choir will be presenting a program of seasonal music and song. We are looking for new members. All are welcome. Don’t be shy. If you don’t think you can sing come and give it a try. You might surprise yourself. Leah Jones is the leader and she can work wonders with your voice if you are willing to become part of this amazing group of people. Of course we are hoping for the return of last year’s members too.

Practices begin on Tuesday Oct. 8 at 6:45 – 9:00 p.m. in Clearwater at the Clearwater Christian Church (behind Fields) and Thursday Oct. 10 at 6:45-9:00 p.m. in Barriere at the Christian Life Assembly (across from the Barriere High School).

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