|Script For Thursday's Meeting
7:00 PM - Meeting back at Ponders
Repertory: America the Beautiful, Armed Forces Medley, Blue Skies, 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
What a fine evening we enjoyed back at Ponder’s this week! The sound is coming along nicely and the A/C was humming along as it should. Why not invite someone to join you this week? Mark December 10th for our Annual Christmas Show and be thinking of who to sell Ads and tickets to this year.
Board Meeting: Monday, 8/8 @ 6 PM, Ponder’s Funeral Home. Until next week, KTTWS! SteveG
The turn out for polecat practice was outstanding! We’ll repeat this Thursday, 6:30. We’ll find a better room also. Bring polecat 1 book, pick a part, and join us! Bill
I was born in Little Rock, Arkansas on February 27, 1951. My musical experience consisted of three years playing a cornet in my junior high and high school bands. I learned to read music back then, but that particular skill has since escaped me.
I worked for NASA for 25 years, on several types of subject matter, including guidance software, environmental definition for the James Webb telescope, and high-speed impact simulation. I retired at the end of 2015.
During 2017 music and I made a fresh acquaintance, as my soon-to-be fiancé, Deb Bishop and I drove to Upstate New York on a couple of trips to care for her father, Reyn Smith, a nonagenarian of many talents, including spontaneously bursting into song. Deb and I found we could harmonize, and so the trip seemed a lot less long.
Deb is a member of Scenic City Chorus. I am impressed with the talent these singers bring to the risers. We visited a couple of rehearsals of Choo Choo Chorus, and thereafter I joined. It’s rather an experiment. We’ll see if I have a talent to improve.