Hurricane Valley Choir honors military, veterans with Armed Forces Day concert

Hurricane Valley Choir | Photo courtesy of the Hurricane Valley Choir, Image composite by Brett Barrett, St. George News

HURRICANE – On May 17, the Hurricane Valley Choir will present their annual spring concert honoring Armed Forces Day.

The concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Hurricane Community Center auditorium, located at 93 South 100 West in Hurricane. Admission is free and open to the public.

It is traditional for the choir, during this spring concert, to honor servicemen and women in the area; all are invited to attend and be recognized with their families. Choral selections will feature a variety of American music, including “Didn’t My Lord Deliver Daniel,” “Wade in the Water,”“Shenandoah,” “Hush, Somebody’s Callin’ My Name,” “Long Ago and Far Away,” “The Last Words of David,” “Tribute to the Armed Forces” and “America”. Steven Clayton, Victor Sasek, Renee Garner, Alicelyn Jaques, David Curl and Rick Frost will each perform a solo. Additionally, special performances will be given by Bob Rhees and the Way Off Broads.

The Hurricane Valley Choir was created in October 2007 by the Hurricane Valley Arts Alliance to offer the opportunity for area singers, from high school to adult, to participate in a community choir. Choir member June Jeffery will conduct this concert; Camille McCausland is the choir director and accompanist.

Event recap and contact information

Date: May 17

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Location: Hurricane Community Center

Admission: Free

Contact: Camille McCausland – 435-635-4339

Submitted by: June Jeffery

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Hurricane Valley Choir | Photo courtesy of the Hurricane Valley Choir, Image composite by Brett Barrett, St. George News
Hurricane Valley Choir | Photo courtesy of the Hurricane Valley Choir, Image composite by Brett Barrett, St. George News

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