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Skyline E-Communication

Oct 5, 2001

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REHEARSALS EVERY TUESDAY - 7 pm

FIRST TUESDAYS - Sectionals, 6:30 pm

THIRD TUESDAYS - Front Row, 6-7 pm

FOURTH TUESDAYS - R&B, 6:30 pm

Oct 6 Performance at Denver Zoo, 2pm

Oct 9-13 International in Portland

Nov 3 Bag nut orders

Nov 11 Performance in Pueblo

Nov 16-17 Regional Part Harmony workshop

Dec 1 Skyline Holiday Show

Dec 4 Skyline Holiday Party

Jan 11-12 HOW (regional work-shop in Denver)

Jan 13 Coaching with Jim and Renee, 9-4

Jan 29 Coaching with Renee Norcross

Feb 16 Coaching with Marge Bailey, 9-4

March 22-23 Regional contest

May 11 Motherís Day Dinner Show at Ascot

July 17-21 IES

Aug 16-17 RMRU, Estes Park

Sept 21 Coaching with Tori Postma

Nov 5-9 NASHVILLE!

2003 Regionals - Skyline will host

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PERFORMANCE AT ZOO - TOMORROW - OCT 6 - Saturday

Arrive at 1:30. Go inside entrance, then go right to Conoco Stage. We go onstage PROMPTLY at 2 PM, to finish promptly at 2:25. Wear black slacks; white LONG sleeved blouse (please be sure it is white - not bone, not ivory, not eggshell, etc); SW vest - black side out; silver earrings of your own; black shoes; medals; heavy street make-up.

Songs: In the Mood, Joint is Jumpiní, Really Love Me, Red Hot Mama, Route 66, Goodbye to Yesterday, Georgia, God Bless America.

Questions? Contact Sharon Spalding at 303.986.6371 or sspalding1@aol.com.

Itís Free Day at the zoo, so parking will, itself, be a zoo. Plan lots of time for finding a spot. Carpooling would be good.

NASHVILLE DEADLINE. If you did not get your Intent to Compete to Gail before last Tuesday (Oct 2), you did not get registered for Nashville. (Those of you who told me Tuesday night, sorry, but the check had already been cut and the list made up.) HOWEVER, you can still get registered by March 1 - along with our members who are just joining - and get seats with the rest of Skyline. You can also register guests to sit with us. Watch this space for more information. Do not panic. All is not lost. However, it is your responsibility to watch for the information and when it comes out pounce on it! I shall not hunt you down. Much.

Jan Ishimoto will be sending out NEXT WEEKíS ECOMM. If you have information to be included, please get it to her by noon Friday, Oct 12. Her email is ISHUPP@aol.com

ROSTER UPDATES:

Nancy Avalon, navalon@att.net

Sue Houchens is on leave until after the holidays

ROSTERS will be out next Tuesday. Everyone will get one in their mailbox for free. Extra copies will cost $2.50 each. See Cathy Stevens. New members, if you donít have a mailbox yet, be sure to get one from Cathy before theyíre all sold!

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From Linn Pickard, "To those who volunteered to handle chorus TICKET SALES for our Christmas Show within their respective sections: appreciative glad-handing, pats-on-the-back, kisses-on-the-cheeks, a hearty THANKS!

LEADS: Gail Madison, Jenifer Vaughn, & Diane Aarness

BASSES: Diane Kessel & Sue Gilbert

TENORS: Jeanne Schamel

BARITONES: Therese Bickford

Tickets will be available for check-out from these folks on either October 23 or 30. All payments will have to be finalized and unsold tickets returned to them by dress rehearsal the week before the show. Keep that in mind! Let's all remember that a "Full House" is a winning hand and begin to plan now to make a good effort for just that."

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From Wendy Moran, "My son is in the "Young Voices" concert choir (formerly known as the "Littleon Children's Chorale") and they are selling ads for their "Viewbook". I'm going to buy a business card size ad, which I thought I'd use to promote Skyline Chorus. Is anyone else interested in making a contribution to buy a larger size ad? The business size is $40, which is about the highest I can go. A quarter page (3-1/2" x 6") is $100; (just 12 more people to throw in $5 each) and a half page is $200. Let me know. Thanks! Wendy"

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From Bette Rooney: "Since I was in Rothenberg, Germany when I learned of the terrorist attacks, I thought you might be interested in a first hand account of how that part of the world reacted to the tragedy. The support was very touching and ran the gamut from hardboiled Parisian cabdriver to German shopkeeper. It was 3:00 PM in Rothenberg, 7:00 AM in Denver on September 11th and I felt the irony of learning the news before Colorado had fully awakened. Shopkeepers, many of whom had tears in their eyes, were approaching us expressing sympathy and support. As we continued our travels we saw memorials scattered in different parts of various towns with piles of flowers and notes in broken English, expressing how much the dead were mourned and would be missed. When we arrived in Cologne some days later, two huge bridges crossing the Rhein were filled to capacity with people marching with American flags. I believe this unspeakable act has polarized the world and it is my fervent hope that I will always remember the togetherness of spirit I felt that day."

REMINDERS:

*Joyce Steger is collecting pink tops of yogurts for breast cancer.

*Ilene McMahon canít see you to take attendance if you sit out, so let her know you were here.

*Theresa Trollinger needs someone to take over the tape dubbing and selling of vocal warm up tapes.

*MUSIC for the December 1st HOLIDAY SHOW will be: Itís Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, Sleigh Ride, Let It Snow, Silent Night/Night of Silence, Hanukkah Medley, Jingle Bell Rock, 12 Days After Christmas, Peace Peace, The Christmas Song, and maybe 10 Feet Off The Ground.

*DEADLINE for E-COMM items: noon Fridays. Send your ecomm stuff to Jan Ishimoto this week. Gail will resume plaguing you the following week.

*BRING completed chorus Interest SURVEYS

*Bring $ for grocery certificates (Doris Hastie) and/or learning tapes/CDs (Lynda Cromar)

GOOD LUCK, BRILLANTE!

Gail Barr, gbds4@qwest.net