Posts by Robert Edmonds

That Virus Lurks

Dearest Choristers Well, here we are, another week has passed us by and that virus still lurks. As much as we wish it to be otherwise, in-person rehearsals are not in our immediate future. But do stay tuned for some ‘virtual’ developments. Hanna and Sue are working on a plan for us to meet on the web. Even I, supreme techno-peasant, can follow a link somewhere. With that in mind, check out how some global citizens are coping: http://theconversation.com/singing-away-the-coronavirus-blues-making-music-in-a-time-of-crisis-reminds-us-we-belong-133790 Yesterday, I made myself useful in the garden. As the weather is mild, signs of another imminent spring season are a
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Double Drat!

Hi Folks Double drat and all that. Guess you know already that tomorrow’s rehearsal is cancelled. In fact, the Sherman Boys and Girls Club is shut down until at least April 6th. That means we cannot rehearse again until April 11th at the earliest – and even that is looking doubtful.
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Meet the Sherman Boys and Girls Club — Hamilton’s new and improved HARRRP

The programs offered are the same, expanded even, but what the neighbourhood used to know as HARRRP has been reconstituted as the Sherman Boys & Girls Club. Feb 27, 2020 by Jeff Mahoney The Hamilton Spectator Consider this an introduction. Sherman neighbourhood, meet your old friend, for the first time.You might have noticed already the new name at the old St. Peter’s Anglican Church, that beautiful building (a church no more) 705 Main St. E. at St. Clair, where you used to see the HARRRP sign and try to remember what the letters stood for. Hamilton Association for Residential and
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Categories: News & Events.

Whew! What a week!

Hi everyone: Whew! What a week . . . . Barricades! Coronavirus! Stock Market Slump! Real Snow! Thank heavens an oasis of calm exists for us every Saturday morning. We’ll sing the strife away, one note at a time. And now, a few words from co-chorister Tony Carlson: A big THANK YOU to new choir member Denise Bedell whose company, Content Innovo, is the first sponsor of our Spring concert. That support will go a long way toward offsetting the cost of the Music Hall performance space for the concert. So please, take a moment to introduce yourself to Denise
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Categories: Brenda's Updates.