Voices United getting ready for Christmas cantata

Practices for this year's public cantata performance will begin on Wednesday, Oct. 8

Editor, The Times:

Remember the Coke commercial from a few decades ago? “I’d like to teach the world to sing, in perfect harmony.”

We, the Clearwater United Church think singing in harmony is a joyous and wonderful activity. As sponsors of the Voices United Community Choir, under the leadership of Louise Weaver, we would like to invite you to sing in harmony.

Practices for this year’s public cantata performance will begin on Wednesday, Oct. 8. Doors of the St. James Catholic Church (next to the fire hall) will be open at 4 p.m., practices will begin at 4:30 precisely and will end at 5:30 p.m.

We have a brand new cantata, “Lead Me Back to Bethlehem”, purchased with the many $10 choir fees, saved over the years just for music. You will recognize some of the tunes in this musical telling of the Christmas story, written by Pepper Choplin, with parts of soprano, alto, bass and tenor voices.

If you have joined the choir before, or always thought you’d like to join a group of enthusiastic singers but were afraid you weren’t good enough, come on out! All God’s Creatures Got a Place in this Choir.

Mary Neathway


Vavenby, B.C.