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Evergreen Choir presents concert

The Evergreen Choir at the Universalist Unitarian Fellowship will present its annual concert Saturday, Nov. 15 with songs from Islamic, Jewish, Christian and Native American traditions and three rousing spirituals, said choir director Steven Greenebaum. The concert will also offer some classic choral works such as “Lacrymosa” from Mozart’s Requiem, and a section of “Never on Sunday” when the choir sings some special songs just for the fun of it. There will also be desserts served. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at the church at 1607 Fourth St., on the corner of Fourth Street and Columbia Avenue. A free-will offering will support childcare, the choir, and the work of EUUF. For information call 360-659-6621. - Courtesy photo
The Evergreen Choir at the Universalist Unitarian Fellowship will present its annual concert Saturday, Nov. 15 with songs from Islamic, Jewish, Christian and Native American traditions and three rousing spirituals, said choir director Steven Greenebaum. The concert will also offer some classic choral works such as “Lacrymosa” from Mozart’s Requiem, and a section of “Never on Sunday” when the choir sings some special songs just for the fun of it. There will also be desserts served. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at the church at 1607 Fourth St., on the corner of Fourth Street and Columbia Avenue. A free-will offering will support childcare, the choir, and the work of EUUF. For information call 360-659-6621.
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