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Sonshine Singers to hold concert

Performance is Dec. 3

November 26, 2011
By KATHLEEN KOCH, Messenger staff writer , Messenger News

The Sonshine Singers will celebrate the birth of Christ with songs including "Creation Will Be at Peace" and "Mary, Did You Know" in its holiday concert, "A Christmas with Sonshine" Saturday.

The vocalists, from Fort Dodge and throughout Iowa will present the concert at 7 p.m. at Holy Trinity Parish, Corpus Christi site in Fort Dodge.

"I have been a Sonshine Singer for 12 years," said Lee Husske, vocalist from Fort Dodge. "It is the single most wonderful thing I have ever gotten to do. I am so looking forward to our Christmas ministry."

Article Photos

-Messenger photo by Kathleen Koch
Members of the Sonshine Singers practice their song selections of “Joy to the World” and “Silent Night” for their upcoming performance of “A Christmas with Sonshine.”

For "A Christmas with Sonshine," the singers will be directed by Armona Redenius

"The upcoming Sonshine Christmas ministry is one you won't want to miss," said Redenius. "The message it delivers, both in toe-tapping gospel style music and heartfelt, life-changing music, will take us back to the true meaning of Christmas."

Pianist Janece Valentine will accompany the singers, as well as guitarist Poldo Delucca and drummers Kevin Thompson and Dean Davis.

Fact Box

If you go:

What: "A Christmas with Sonshine"

When: 7 p.m. Dec. 3

Where: Holy Trinity Parish, Corpus Christi site

Cost: Admission is free, but donations are welcome

"The Sonshine Singers look forward to seeing each of you ... blessings guaranteed," said Redenius.

The audience will be invited to sing along.

There is no admission charge, however a freewill offering will be accepteed. Proceeds will go to the Santa Cops project, a joint effort between the Fort Dodge Police Association and the Webster County Deputies Association that provides gifts to needy children.

Contact Kathleen Koch at (515) 573-2141 or kkoch@messengernews.net

 
 

 

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