Singing group makes donation to Pathways

Bluewater Chordsmen will hold its Christmas benefit concert this coming Sunday, Dec. 3

From left to right: David Crosbie (Chordsman), Cathy Dufort-Gibbs (speech-language pathologist), Robert Finley (Chordsman), and Ian Crosbie (Chordsman).

The Sarnia Bluewater Chordsmen, an all male acappella singing group, recently made a donation of $787.71 donation to Pathways Health Centre for Children.

The funds will be used to help pay for augmentative communication for three families in Sarnia.

The Chordsmen organization is also planning its annual Christmas benefit concert this coming Sunday, Dec. 3. The event takes place at Central United Church at 2 p.m. and will feature the Accidentals, Sisters of Choice and the Lambton Central Secondary School “Jazz Attack.”

The Bluewater Chordsmen and their quartets and ensemble the Briarfield Boys will also perform. Freewill donations are being accepted at the door with proceeds going to the St Joseph’s Hospice.

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