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Choir Annual Report 2005

by Choir Director Maria Vrame

With the choir room behind the choir loft completely finished. We have been able to use it for rehearsals. It is working out beautifully for our needs. All music needed for the various services are stored up there in bookcases and filing cabinets. The lighting is wonderful and there is room for us to sit during rehearsal time. Thank you all for making this possible. As choir director I started teaching simple music to the Sunday School preschool through 6th grade. I only spend about 15 minutes a Sunday, three times a month for the younger students and twice a month for the middle grades. The response so far has been good. When I am not involved with Sunday School music on the first Sunday of the month, I’d like to teach anyone interested in singing church music. I am planning to offer this beginning in February to see if I have any recruits. This would take place in the choir rehearsal room after church.

Respectfully Submitted

Maria Vrame