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25th Anniversary Concert

Updated: Jan 2

What an achievement!! Inverurie Choral Society 's 25th Anniversary Summer Concert was a success. Maeve our Chairperson had this to say to all involved;

Dear Faith & Matthew, and of course all you lovely choir members, and your families! Just to say a huge and heart-felt “Thank You” for all your efforts today, whether you were conducting - Faith, you’re never failingly encouraging and supportive. Accompanying - Matthew, sorry you’re leaving the area - we enjoyed your musicianship! Singing - well done all our soloists, and particularly appreciating that we were offered the opportunity to do our bit. And collectively, all our loyal and enthusiastic singers - you made a great sound, and I’m sure there were a few tears in some eyes!. And not forgetting our scratch Front-of-house Team - Bob, Aly, Joe and Izzie - thank you all so much for giving your time to deal with tickets and raffles - a scuttery job, but folk won the prizes, and we raised some money - FOH are the unsung heroes! It wasn’t only Teddy, who was proud of you all - I was too! Enjoy the rest of your weekend. When Peggy has processed the takings, we’ll be able give the donation to Inspire, and perhaps sing them a few songs too. We’ll be in touch! Best wishes in the meantime Maeve Chair, ICS

Maeve McDowall Inverurie Choral Society

Also a big Thank You to Mark and Rachel on BBC's Out of Doors on the 10th June, who gave out 25th Anniversary Concert at the Acorn Centre in Inverurie a shout. This will help us raise funds for the Choir and Inspire

Marie McKnight Inverurie Choral Society

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