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Concert in memory of Lori Geis PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 11 August 2014 08:38

Seward Community College/Area Technical School choir alumni sing the National Anthem, accompanied by pianist Becky Robison at the opening of the concert benefit for the Lori Geis Memorial Scholarship Fund. Development foundation director Tammy Doll said $7,600 was raised from the event. Geis was a former vocal music instructor at SCCC/ATS, and Saturday’s concert honored her legacy. Free will donations were made to the development foundation to benefit music scholarships in Geis’s memory. L&T photos/Robert Pierce

ABOVE: Hillary Anderson, front, sings solo on Reba McEntire’s “Whoever’s In New England” Saturday evening at the Lori Geis Choir Alumni Concert in the Showcase Theater at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School.

LEFT: Brett Harstead-Bontke sings “Amazing Grace (My Chains are Gone.)”

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