As many are aware, a devastating tornado took lives last night and left a path of destruction throughout the east side of Nashville.
We've been in contact with our Nashville choruses - TuneTown Show Chorus and Metro Nashville Chorus. TuneTown has reported that all their members are safe and sound. Not so with Metro Nashville. One of the members lost their home and both vehicles. I know you will join me and the rest of your Regional Management Team in sending them prayers and support.
Many of you have asked how you can help. In talking with MNC's Team Coordinator a light bulb went off in our collective minds, and we have what we think is a GREAT idea to help!
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I think most of you were aware that our entire organization was asked to cast one ballot per region on whether or not SAI continues with the Regional Governance Model. Our region has been operating under the model for the past two years. Region 4’s vote was unanimously in favor of continuing.
Unfortunately there needed to be a 2/3rds majority vote for continuing with this program the vote ended up in a 12/12 tie. (See this letter from Patti Cobb Baker.)
Well-established chorus in Delaware, Ohio is looking for a musically talented and organized front line director. We have frequent performance opportunites in our community and surrounding areas. We are well respected singing at our current level and desire a leader to grow, encourage, and move us to the next level. We are a mature, fun, committed, harmony loving, family oriented small chorus.