|Script For Monday's Meeting
There are no meetings until January 6, 2022.
Repertory: America the Beautiful, Armed Forces Medley, California Here I Come, Can You Feel the Love Tonight, Darkness on the Delta, Georgia on My mind, God Bless America, Hello Mary Lou, I’m Sittin’ on Top of the World, It’s the Music that Brings Us Together, Let’s Get Away from it All, Old Folks at Home, Star Spangled Banner, Welcome Song, When She Loved Me, When There’s Love at Home, Yesterday, and You Tell Me Your Dream
It was great to be back on the stage and entertaining our throng of fans. I hurried to the back and met most folks as they exited and all the comments were glowing. Many are already looking forward to our next Show. A big thanks to everyone who contributed, either by simply singing with the Chorus or selling Ads or Tickets or chairing a particular aspect or printing a great Program or singing in a Quartet and/or Octet or waving your arms in front of the Chorus. It truly does take a village! Come join for our last two performances if able and return the first Thursday in 2022 ready to build on what we’ve accomplished this past year despite COVID still lingering on. Here’s wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy & Prosperous New Year. Until next year, KTTWS! SteveG
It was a joint effort to pull off a tribute to Paul. SteveG read a Proclamation from the Mayor declaring this 'Paul Blazek Day.' SteveW presented a picture of Paul surrounded by the signatures of 100 men from his large barbershop family, and each signature will bring back memories. It was obviously a total surprise, but a fitting way to close this chapter of his service to this Chapter. Paul, many thanks for all your work over the years. (The Proclamation and a larger copy of the above image are attached to this email.)