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Carolyn Hensrud and Mavis Tjon letter: Christmas music at First Lutheran

In response to Ross Nelson's column on Sunday, Oct. 30, yes, there is an opportunity for the entire community to celebrate the music of Christmas - both sacred and traditional - on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary of First Lutheran Chur...

In response to Ross Nelson's column on Sunday, Oct. 30, yes, there is an opportunity for the entire community to celebrate the music of Christmas - both sacred and traditional - on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary of First Lutheran Church in Fargo - 619 Broadway.

This is the eighth presentation of "A Christmas Carol Sing-along" by the Red River Valley Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. This event is free and open to the public with a free-will offering to benefit the F-M Food Pantry. The AGO is a nonprofit national professional association serving the organ and choral music fields, and is the largest membership organization in the country dedicated to a single instrument.

Nine organists will play, including Marty Baumgartner, Susan Clambey, Gary Fiske, Norma Halverson, Sally Harmon, Carolyn Hensrud, Michael Olson, Dawn Papenfuss and Mavis Tjon. Narrations will enhance the carols, cleverly disguising the time required to change organists.

Come sing your favorite Christmas carols, presented in creative ways. Special guests this year include Dr. David and Kathy Ferreira and the Women's Choir of First Lutheran Church.

Warm up your voice and join in this great celebration of Christmas and its music. Make your Christmas on the prairie a little more special this year.

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Carolyn Hensrud

Mavis Tjon

Fargo

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