Choir performances a Mother’s Day treat

Letter writer is grateful for Mother's Day concert presented by the Men's Choir in Williams Lake Sunday.

Editor:

I had the pleasure yesterday of attending the 10th anniversary concert organized by the Williams Lake Men’s Choir.

It was a memorable event, and the talents of the men shone through, both individually and as a group.

Their special guest, Kiera Johnson, added depth and harmony to a number of pieces sang in unison.

If you haven’t heard the Men’s Choir in concert, you have missed an absolute Williams Lake Treasure. Be sure to check them out at Performances in the Park in mid-August.

I feel honoured to have attended this wonderful event.

Suzan Jarisz

Kamloops, B.C.

 

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