STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT The three Cs -- Crookston, classic and classy!
CROOKSTON They call it Classic, and without a doubt it is. I would add that its also very Classy, for the evening was a masterpiece from the white and burgundy table linens, the dcor and ambiance rig... Posted on 12/16/11 at 12:03 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS My First Christmas Present
Before I start today’s column, I have a request. Will whoever is giving my sister, Deb, clever suggestions for our family Christmas get-together such as “ugly sweater contest” and &l... Posted on 12/17/09 at 6:22 AM
Ken Sherwood’s father Dwight was the choir director at Grand Forks Central High School when Ken was growing up. He ended up following in his father’s footsteps, teaching music for more than 30 years at Grand Forks Red River High School. Ken’s son Brad now follows in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps at Red River.
To become part of the Grand Cities Children’s Choir, now celebrating its 10th anniversary season, kids have to pass an audition and pay tuition to spend hours learning, practicing and singing choral music.
Students from Grand Forks Central and Red River high schools and other area high schools have been selected for six ensembles that will perform March 22-24 during the North Dakota Music Educators Association All State Music Festival in Bismarck.
Sadly, some churches don’t have enough singers for a choir. Other churches have the opposite dilemma — plenty of singers and no director. With such people in mind and for the second summer in a row, Amanda Presteng is organizing a Greater Grand Forks community church choir.
The Summer Performing Arts Co. and Grand Cities Children’s Choir recently received a $4,900 donation from Valley Dairy.
Herald Staff Reports
, May 08, 2010
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