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Westborough: Westborough Community Chorus to begin rehearsals

Westborough – The Westborough Community Chorus will hold its first fall rehearsal and get-acquainted meeting Monday, Sept. 8, at the Westborough Senior Center, 4 Rogers Road, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Regular rehearsals run from 7:30-9 p.m., and prospective singers are welcome to drop in any Monday thereafter.

 

The chorus of over 80 members performs two programs a year at the Gibbons Middle School, a holiday show in December and a spring show in May, each with three performances. Productions feature singing, dancing, special numbers and skits.

 

The proceeds from performances, an annual yard sale and other fundraisers provide scholarships for students in the Westborough school system for private lessons in their instrument of choice.

 

The group is always looking for people who love to sing, especially those oriented toward tenor. The ability to read music is not necessary, and there are no auditions.

 

For more information, visit www.westboroughchorus.com; contact Director Deb Lukey (508-366-6364, dor331@aol.com) or President Bill Harrington (508-485-8737, banjobillo@verizon.net); or send a note to Westborough Community Chorus, P.O. box 702, Westborough, MA 01581.

 

 

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