Just in Time, Unplugged choir putting call out for members

Here’s a new year’s resolution you can stick with.

Singing with a group is good for your physical health, and your mental health. It improves your social and cognitive skills. It will make you smell better, work harder, quit bad habits, lose weight and call your mother more often. So what are you waiting for? Come sing with us!

Just in Time Vocal Jazz is beginning registration for the Unplugged group, a non-auditioned 65 (ish) person choir directed by Wendy Nixon Stothert. This year is our 10th anniversary and the song selection will be the greatest hits from our past repertoire as voted upon by members.

The term runs from the first rehearsal on Jan. 21 to the 10th anniversary concert on April 25. We rehearse every Wednesday night at Highland Secondary from 7:30 p.m. to approximately 9:15 p.m.

New members are accepted up to and including the second rehearsal on Jan. 28. To register and for complete information, visit www.justintimevocaljazz.ca.


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