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Cascade Children’s Choir begins rehearsals

Cascade Children’s Choir is looking for talented young singers to help them prepare traditional songs for sharing at area assisted living facilities and performing concerts during the winter holiday season and spring programs.

The choir is a treble, or unchanged voice, group open to girls and boys in grades three through eight. However, those grade parameters are flexible, said director Lloyd Walworth. Younger or older children who have the interest and the vocal and musical ability are welcome. The choir has several talented second grade singers in it already this fall.

Cascade Children’s Choir sings traditional folk and national songs of the United States and other well known folk songs from around the world. Part of the choir’s plan for the 2013-2014 season is to share programs with Cascade Singers Community Choir and to perform at community events and care centers.

The choir meets Wednesday afternoons in the Chenowith Elementary School Music Room from 3:30 to 4:15.

There is a simple music and vocal screening for each child to help ensure his or her success in the choir.

Director Lloyd Walworth can be reached at 541-340-9858, or at


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