Good Tidings Benefit Choir Recruiting Voices for Fundraiser for the Geauga Hunger Task Force!

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Geauga Hunger Task ForceHow would you like to truly help your neighbors by singing?  It is time again for the voices of the Good Tidings Benefit Choir to come together to raise spirits and funds for the Geauga Hunger Task Force. All practices will be held at Notre Dame Chapel, 13000 Auburn Road in Munson on Sundays from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. This year is the choir’s 28th anniversary and we celebrate our continuing success in caring for our neighbors.

Practices start October 8th for the 1st section of Handel’s Messiah plus other Christmas music.  The choir is open to high school students and older. You may bring your own score with you or there will be copies available for approx. $8.00. Solo auditions will take place during the practices. The Christmas programs are December 2nd at 7:00 pm, December 3rd at 3:00 pm. We will be joined by other musicians from the area to enrich the program.

The Geauga Hunger Task Force is a volunteer driven organization that has been in existence since 1977. There are seven food pantries throughout Geauga County that serve the hungry year-round.  These pantries served over 450,000 meals in 2016. Although 2017 is winding down, the winter will be here soon. It will be a difficult time for many of our neighbors. Join us for a heartwarming experience.  For more information, please contact the United Way Services of Geauga County at 440-285-2261 or visit Geauga Hunger Task Force

You can also contact Sue Juhasz, Project Coordinator at [email protected]  or check out the Facebook “Good Tidings Benefit Choir” page.

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