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Singers sought as Pops draws near

June 1, 2011

Are you feeling patriotic? Are you looking for something to fill a few evenings in June?

Go down to the First United Methodist Church where each Tuesday night for the next four weeks people in the Crossroads area will be gathering for choir practice. Specifically, they'll be preparing for the choral portion of Pops in the Park, Big Spring's annual fireworks and symphony extravaganza to be held July 3.

“We have another wonderful program planned this year,” said Dr. Keith Graumann, Big Spring Symphony director and conductor.

There's really only one stipulation.

“We have only four rehearsals so we need everyone to come to each rehearsal in order to achieve a performance level of which we can all be proud,” Graumann said.

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