Community choir seeks singers

Practices for the Voices United Community Choir will begin Oct. 3. The Catholic Church of St. James will be open at 4 p.m.

Editor, The Times:

All God’s Creatures Got a Place in the Choir! This rollicking tune, wonderfully performed by Celtic Thunder, will be the processional selection for this year’s Voices United Community Choir performance. It emphasizes the philosophy of choir sponsor Clearwater United Church that everyone who wants to sing is welcome.

Practices for the new cantata, “Behold the Star” will begin Oct. 3. The Catholic Church of St. James will be open at 4 p.m., and choir director Louise Weaver will start practice precisely at 4:30 p.m, and end at 5:30 p.m. Part dominate CDs and books will be handed out at that time, $10 yearly fees will be collected and preparations will begin for another exciting musical experience.

If you have a desire to tell the Christmas story in music, to share your talent with like-minded people, and to have a lot of fun singing, please join us.  There is no need to have professional training, just a commitment to attend practices on Wednesdays, to practice at home and to have a joy for singing. We look forward to seeing you and to hearing you!

Mary Neathway, secretary

Clearwater United Church



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