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Join MelloMacs for a Sentimental Journey


T


he MelloMacs kicked off a rousing new season in September. Choir members


had a lovely time socializing with each other and singing together at a season inaugura- tion party. New members were heartily welcomed, and it was a great way to get back into rehearsals following a summer break.


This year’s theme is Sentimental


Journey. The songs are perfect for toe- tapping and singing along, so come on over to the Activities Room Mondays from 7-8:30 p.m. and sing along with some all- time great favorites. New members are welcome at anytime. The beginning of the season is the perfect time to join, since all choir members are learning their parts for the fi rst time. For more information, call Member Services at 503-517-7276 or go online –Tracy Prince WM


Balladeers’ First Tenors are Clear as Crystal


M


eet the MAC Balladeers fi rst tenors, the guys who, despite their aging


testosterone, manage the high notes of the Balladeers’ repertoire. Granddaddy of the group is Bob


Sheridan, who started with the Balladeers more than 20 years ago. He sang in high school in the ‘30s and ‘40s, but not much after that until joining the Balladeers. Palmer Smith has been with the group since about 1975. While Smith was in high school in Newport during World War II, the wife of the local Coast Guard commander organized and led the choir there until her husband was transferred. Pat Craven has been with the Balladeers


nearly 20 years. He has sung with many groups throughout the years: high school, college, Army, and presently his church choir. Marcus Lampros took voice lessons as


a college graduate and sang in a couple of community theater musicals. He has been a Balladeer for two years, and counts them as “truly an inspiration for me to pursue music again,” which includes taking piano lessons and participating in a rock band. For more information on the Balladeers,


call Member Services at 503-2233-6251, ext. 272 or go to theMAC.com. WM


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French Connection


Don’t miss the opportunity to experience this fi ve-course dinner, paired with wine from premier Oregon wineries.


To make reservations call 503-223-8744. Quick Register: FB213 The cost is $110 and includes a gratuity.


Alumni Dinner  Monday, Oct. 18 


The dinner features guests chefs who have worked for Executive Chef Philippe Boulot and have moved on to gain local and national acclaim. The cast of chefs includes: Matt Lightner from Castagna and the 2010 Food and Wine Magazine “best new chef;” Eric Bechard from Thistle; Scott Ketterman from Simpatica; Ben Knutson from Seattle; and MAC’s own Deanna Bascom and Philip Oswalt.


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