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Diane Maxey

Amazing blessing

Dear editor:

I am so proud of the Fort Frances Choraliers!

What absolutely fantastic performances they gave at Rainycrest, the New Beginnings Fellowship Church in Fort Frances, and at the Zion Lutheran Church in International Falls.

The balance of sound and the professionalism was second to none!

True dedication

Dear editor:

Another Christmas season of music has come to an end. It has been a most wonderful two months of rehearsals and performances for all my groups.

I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank each and every one of the participants. They have shown true dedication and I so appreciate having had the opportunity to work with each of them.

Pleasantly surprised

Dear editor:

I just returned home from the opening night of “Dreams,” the FFHS musical revue.

I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised how well everyone did considering the opening night jitters, which are completely natural.

I was especially impressed with the choreography and the synchronization of movement. Everyone seemed to be having so much fun.

So generous

Dear editor:

As one of the organizers of Mike Freeman’s benefit social last Wednesday, I would like to personally thank all those who participated in any way to help make the evening such a success.

Several people commented on the marvelous atmosphere in the room—one of warmth and love.

The food was delicious and the band was a welcome treat.

Kudos to all

Dear editor:

Just when you think Fort Frances and surrounding area has reached its peak of excellence, along comes another performance to equal or top the previous one.

“True Up North Mamma Mia” filled the bill this past Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The sold-out crowds were indicative of the excellence of the performers.