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Choir Annual Report 2004 - Maria Vrame

Accomplishments: Congregational music books for Vesperal and Festal Weekday Liturgies were put together, pillars were removed from loft, three electric outlets were added enabling us to hook up 15 music stand lights, risers, which double as a stage for special events in the fellowship hall, have been implemented.

Goals for 2004: To continue to diversify music adding selections from different jurisdictions. Hopefully to get more young singers into the choir and a male tenor or two would be nice. Also, a person willing to learn to become an assistant choir director who could attend rehearsals, to get the room behind the choir loft completed this year. Create a congregational book, which encompasses the Nativity Vigil, Nativity Liturgy, New Year’s service, Epiphany services.

Needs: More singers committed to learning the church music, more cabinet space for music books. All liturgical and special service books for the congregation are kept in our cabinets; therefore we have run out of storage space.

Respectfully Submitted

Maria Vrame