Home front – January 15

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Closet singers who are looking for a little group support can find it with the Red Deer Chamber Singers. The choral group that performs diverse arrangements, including classical, folk and pop songs, is interested in welcoming new members. Seasoned professionals are on hand to provide guidance and enhance vocal techniques in preparation for a spring concert held the last week of May. For more information, call Sadie at 403-347-5166.


Burn survivor Kelly Falardeau will be the guest speaker at Soroptimist International of Central Alberta’s second annual The Power of a Girl, Mother Daughter Conference on Feb. 2. The international speaker and author will share her story with moms and daughters age 11 to 14 at the conference that runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Falardeau uses her experience and scars to teach others how to embrace their differences and celebrate their self esteem and beauty inside and out. The conference will be held at Eastview Middle School, at 3929 40th Ave. The cost to attend is only $20 for a mom and daughter. Lunch is included. To register, call Rachel Ewen at 403-342-7500.


The Lincoln Hall Society is hosting a dinner theatre fundraiser on Feb. 9. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. and is catered by Bob Ronnie. At 8 p.m., the Say It Ain’t So theatre group will perform a show called Bench in the Sun. Tickets are $45. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Kathy at 403-782-4194.


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