Voices United begins practice session

The Voices United Community Choir has been performing a cantata, which presents the story of Christmas,

The Voices United Community Choir has been performing a cantata, which presents the story of Christmas, for over 10 years.  This year, “A New Birth, A New Beginning” has been chosen and practices start Oct. 9.  The doors to the Catholic church will be open at 4 p.m. for singers to pick up their music and director Louise  Weaver will start the learning process at 4:30 p.m. Anyone who wishes to join is welcome.  Practices will be from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Wednesdays until Dec. 11.

The choir donates all the proceeds of their performance to a local group.  The full cantata will be sung for the public on Dec. 14 at the Clearwater Baptist Church and money collected at the door will be given to Wells Gray Search and Rescue to thank them for the difficult and stressful job they do for the community.

Mary Neathway

Secretary – treasurer

Clearwater United Church

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