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Handbell Ringing Returns on December 8th

by Press Release
November 25, 2018

Join the three handbell and chime choirs of the First Congregational Church as we ring in the Holiday Season!  Our choirs, in their 29th ringing year, would love to have you join us for some old favorites, some newer handbell selections and of course, those familiar carols and melodies of the Christmas season.  If you want to see and hear ‘bell trees’ come alive, we have a guest ringer who will do just that!  Rachel Cerullo hails from the North Shore and she and her ringing partner, Daryl, make music on bell trees that is awesome to see and hear!  Rachel and Daryl will also join the senior handbell group, Handbell Harmonies, ring a very challenging set of songs!

Please join us on Saturday, December 8th at 7:00pm in the sanctuary of the First Congregational Church @ 725 Washington Street on the Holliston town green.  General Admission - $15.00 and Seniors and Students - $12.00 payable at the door the evening of the concert.  Our church is handicapped accessible.  We will have a 'meet and greet’ following the concert. Please join us in Jordan Hall for light refreshments and catching up with friends who love handbell ringing.

All proceeds of the evening benefit First Congregational Church handbell and choirchime programs.

The snow date for the concert will be Sunday, December 9th @ 7:00pm.

Contact:  Karen McCue, Director, e-mail: jerrykarenmccue@msn.com

 

 

 

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