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Calling carollers for night of song

THE countdown to Christmas is under way with a call going out for Coffs Coast carollers.

Carols by Candlelight is set down for the Coffs Harbour Racing Club on Sunday, December 18, and the Coffs City Choir wants to make it the best yet.

It has started rehearsals for the evening and is inviting local singers to join them.

Margaret Fisher said the choir will meet every Wednesday from 7.30-8.30pm at the back entrance to the Seventh Day Adventist Centre on the Pacific Highway just up from the Albany Street intersection.

“We know that there are many people who love to sing, but don't want to commit to a whole year of rehearsals and concerts,” Ms Fisher said.

“But if they love carolling and Christmas songs this is ideal because this is just a six-week project.”

If you have the voice and the passion to be part of the Coffs Coast Carols, contact Ms Fisher on 66588396.

“This is a great chance to be part of a community choir, which will take centre stage in what promises to be a great family event,” she said.

“Everyone is welcome to join us, men and women, littlies and oldies.”



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