Friday, July 12, 2013

Looking Back on the July 9th Hospital Sing
Fast on the tails of being in Toronto, 38 guys made it to the annual hospital sing on the Tuesday nite after International competition.
Guys assembled in the lobby of the Alexandria Inova Hospital on Seminary Rd., at 7 pm.  Dick and Carolyn Hall were there to greet guys and extend a hand of congratulations.
Associate director Tony Colosimo and assistant directors Will Cox and Terry Reynolds directed the group in singing repertoire songs at various nurses stations around the hospital.  We were greeted by student volunteers who took us to our singing stations.
Community service vice president Clyde Crusenberry was the point man.  And he helped us get free parking. In the theme of our contest song, it was ‘anything goes’ in our casual Harmo shirts – black ones, teal ones, and even a few black/red shirts.
Don’t miss next week’s meeting back at Durant.  Terry Reynolds is already excited about the statistics he can share with us.  PLUS be ready to sing the new “Glenn Miller Medley” as we start preparing for next year’s trip to Normandy, France.
This is also a great time to bring guests to get started with us again. 
Until next time – editorjack!
(This message is prepared for your review if you were there, for your information if you had to miss, and as a historical record of the great things going on each week during the 65th year of the Alexandria Harmonizer Chapter. —YeEd.)

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