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editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | October 2013


34 years and still singing! The Chordaires Chorus invite you to their guest day


Patrice Reis, Public Relations Coordinator To kick off their 34th year, the new


Chordaires Show Chorus management team is planning their popular, annual “Guest Day”


for Monday afternoon, Chordaires Chorus new management team.


October 28, at 2:00 p.m. The new management team officers this year (pictured in the photo) seated left to right are Chris Roen, Performance Coordinator; Barbie Bergerson, Financial Coordinator and Historian; Cathy Hanson, Music Coordinator; Doreen Hansen, Director; second row: Sheri Hopkins, Membership Coordinator and Patti Entwistle, Team Coordinator. “Our guests are going to be so this


delighted year,” says Doreen


Hansen, director of the chorus. “We will entertain them with some of our great show tunes from our April show “Hat’s Off To America.” “For all you folks that attended our show and commented you ‘wanted to hear more’ and ‘just couldn’t get enough’ – well, now is your chance to join us for our Guest Day. And for you folks that haven’t seen us perform yet – you won’t want to miss the fun and the action.” It’s fun! And it’s free! Save the date and time, Monday, October 28, at 2:00 p.m. in the Mirror Room, Sun Lakes Country Club. A few of the songs we will share will include Battle Hymn of


the Republic


(tune used as walking song for the civil war battalion units); Stars and Stripes Forever (official national march of the United States), America,


the Beautiful,


This Is My Country, Home on the Range/ Don’t Fence Me In Medley, and other well-loved American songs. You won’t want to miss it! Good News to you women who


expressed an interest to sing with the


chorus and for all women who are looking for a new, fun hobby, and would like to make new friends! Come to our rehearsal next Monday and sing along with us. You don’t need to wait until Guest Day. We start our season on Monday, October 7, at 1:00 p.m.


(please arrive 15 minutes


early). You can choose to sing just for our Christmas season or join us for the entire season and be part of our next spring spectacular show Noah’s Follies! All Aboard to be presented on Friday, April 4, 2014, at Cottonwood San Tan Ballroom. Auditions are not required; you just need to sing in tune. More good news! Tickets for our spring


2014 show Noah’s Follies! All Aboard will go on sale at


the Cottonwood Palo


Verde Homeowner Services on Monday, October 14. You can purchase an entire table (10) so you and your friends can sit at the same table, or just purchase individual


tickets. It’s


serve. This is the chance for all our fans to get the best seats in the house - early! The Chordaires Show Chorus, under


the direction of Doreen Hansen, is a dynamic performing chorus of 39 women from ages 57 to 89 years of age. They entertain throughout the community singing four-part harmony, a cappella style, popular and well-loved songs built on simple melodies that you’d recognize from the radio,


first come, first


movies, Broadway


musicals, jazz, spirituals, gospel, and other types of American music. For more information please call Sheri Hopkins, Membership Coordinator,


at


480-220-6084, or to book us for your next special event call Chris Roen, Performance Coordinator, at 480-786-6969. Visit us at www.ChordairesShowChorus.com. 


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