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Growing in harmony


This year the chorus welcomed new members and prospective members, front row, left to right, Hannah LaFever, Brenda Bowman, Kirsten Bridges, Cecily Humphries, Kristie Hayden, Natalie Hayden, Deb Beck, Morgan Shoopman, Rebecca Hebb and Shari Asher. Kay Anna Genotte is not pictured. Middle row, left to right, Kelly Genotte, Jodi Leach, Beth Wilkerson, Debby Lambert, Alice Howard, Glenda Edwards, Suzanne Griffith, Anita Edenfield, Linda Schroeder, Skip Sutton and Kathy Custis. Back row, left to right, Karen Smogor, Phyllis Smith, Roseanne Jensen, Eleanor Howard, Kathryn Dory, Karen Weaver, Director Sara Stone and Denise Thede. (Courtesy Photo) This year the chorus welcomed new members and prospective members, front row, left to right, Hannah LaFever, Brenda Bowman, Kirsten Bridges, Cecily Humphries, Kristie Hayden, Natalie Hayden, Deb Beck, Morgan Shoopman, Rebecca Hebb and Shari Asher. Kay Anna Genotte is not pictured. Middle row, left to right, Kelly Genotte, Jodi Leach, Beth Wilkerson, Debby Lambert, Alice Howard, Glenda Edwards, Suzanne Griffith, Anita Edenfield, Linda Schroeder, Skip Sutton and Kathy Custis. Back row, left to right, Karen Smogor, Phyllis Smith, Roseanne Jensen, Eleanor Howard, Kathryn Dory, Karen Weaver, Director Sara Stone and Denise Thede. (Courtesy Photo) Covered Bridge Harmony is grateful to Parke County REMC Multi-County Trust, Inc. (Operation Roundup) for a grant of $900. The chorus matched the grant in order to purchase two new riser sections needed to hold their growing membership.

Covered Bridge Harmony rehearses each Monday at 7 p.m. in the band room at Greencastle Middle School and is always looking for women who love to sing!

For more information about the chorus visit our website at www.coveredbridgeharmony.org, or find us on Facebook.

Harmony, Inc., founded in 1959, is an international organization whose purpose is to empower all women through education, friendship and a cappella singing in barbershop style. Harmony, Inc. offers opportunity for personal growth and through the “Find Your Voice” program, it can help women of all ages discover and share their musical talents.

Currently there are over 60 chapters and approximately 2,000 members. Harmony, Incorporated’s motto is “A Blend with Friendship” because many members develop lifelong friendships.

Barbershop style singing is four part a cappella (without any instruments) harmony which consists of bass, baritone, lead and tenor parts.

Covered Bridge Harmony (CBH) is one of nine chapters in the Area 4 region and is located in Greencastle, Indiana.

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