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Holiday music to ring out at Vergennes church

JENNY BOWER WILL be one of the local performers during this year’s Mission Concert at the Vergennes Congregational Church on Sunday, Dec. 8, from 2-4 p.m. Free admission.

VERGENNES — The fourth annual Mission Concert at the Vergennes Congregational Church will be held on Sunday, Dec. 8, from 2-4 p.m. The concert has traditionally presented a variety of musical styles presented by talented local performers. This year’s lineup follows that tradition; performers include: Jenny Bower on the church’s historic pipe organ; Molly Tatlock and Ron Mezile with vocals and piano; Jim Burns on old-time fiddle; Judd Markowski on accordion; Sarah Donnelly and Jenny Bower with vocals and piano; Honey in the Hive performing Celtic and traditional American music and Irish Step Dance; and selections by the Green Mountain Horn Club will fill the sanctuary with the rich sound of multiple French horns.
Sunday’s concert is guaranteed to be lively and entertaining and the reception that follows will feature home baked cookies and other light refreshments. Concert admission is by free-will offering and all are welcome.
Every dollar raised will help people in the Vergennes community who need assistance to pay for fuel, electricity, medical and dental care, transportation and more throughout the year. Donations of any amount can be sent to Vergennes Congregational Church Mission Fund. Great local music for a great local cause in a space known for excellent acoustics.

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