|Script For Thursday's Meeting
7:00 PM - Meeting at Morris Hill Baptist Church
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
We had a very enjoyable time in Cleveland supporting our singing brothers as they prepare to head to Charlotte. Deep Water (with their new fill-in baritone, Jimmy) performed and Premier did a fine job in preparation of competing in the College competition. They really did well with Fred’s arrangement of Maggie, with Mr. Jesse receiving a standing ovation. The chorus closed with Bridge Over Troubled Water and had everyone on their feet. Best of luck to Sound of Tennessee!
We will be meeting at Morris Hill Baptist this week. Many are searching out a new meeting place. We’ll keep everyone abreast of any progress on that front. Until Thursday, KTTWS! SteveG
I am a widower for the last four and one half years with the passing of Nancy. Incidentally Nancy was one of the starters of the Choo Choo Belle. I have three daughters: Mary, Billie, and Becca.
I was a card-caring member of the Salvation Army during my youth. That's where I started singing. I was in the high school chorus my senior year. I sang in the Navy's Bluejacket Choir while in Boot Camp. After seeing a show at the Tivoli of the Choo Choo Chorus in 1985, I came to a meeting the Next Monday, and have been a member ever since, except for a few years. I am a charter member of Cleveland's Chorus with Ron Weaver and Chad Guyton as co-directors. I have been to Harmony College several times, and many International Conventions. I have sang in the River Blenders, Mixed Blend, and Classic Harmony quartets. BarryO