Monday, July 30, 2012

EFCS Part 3: Pretty People Poses

       On Wednesday, we were to 'sing a song' and look at the soul music corner of the 'attic'. It has color (purple), power, and you can tap your toe. It's about seeing through the music. It's about seeing Jesus; needing more Jesus.  The musical style for the day was "Mary's Song - Soul" (for the morning service) and "Musician's Song - Classical" was the evening theme.

We've been singing for a while so it's break time; time to photograph a 'few' people:
Meet Judy Hamilton! She is new this year.

God bless these two: Claudia Weiler who quietly and gently runs the program  (she would tell you that she has lots of help) and Susan Blaese, who sweetly puts an orchestra together with whatever instrumentation shows up for the week.

Eleanor DeMarco and Greg Childs

Very HIGH tenor: Tim Cunningham

Julie Hilbish showing her power!
Dr. Becky Donahue gives Nita Webb a power rub. (Jane Sharkey checks out Becky's form.)

Shirley Morris, Hazel Hann, Marylou Pumroy

Carol Impola and Jodie Godush
(Carol is an old-timer but was only able to attend on Wednesday. It was soooo good to see her!)

Marilyn McCarty and Nora Jones

Sweet David Thurner
Susan Courtney and her singing buddy Princess Johnson

Rosalie Geller is not new to CS but our paths had never crossed. What a talent!!!
Candy Gagnor

What a crazy group of women this is! In the middle is Lynda Dawson. She calls this act she uses during the Variety Show  "Lynda and the Lyttles". It is only right!
Sandy Martin, Eleanor DeMarco, Lynda, Julie Hilbish, Eileen Guckenberger
"Are you saying we are silly???"

"Do we have to put our heads under Lynda's pits???"

"Oh no! It's getting worse!!! Did anyone bring shampoo?"

"Oh! Oh! I think I hear someone coming into the room."

"Oh! Hi Craig! Did you need something?"

"You want to be in our picture???
You want to be an honorary alto????
But Craig............"
"You can't be a 'Lyttle' because I don't have anymore room under my arms!"
"Ok! Ok! You can be in the picture."

Break time was always a good time. Sometimes it was important to give leadership a chance for some fun too.
(When I proofread this, I had put 'ornery' alto. Maybe I should have left it that way!)

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