Roger Spady again lends his voice to the Alliance/Castor Community Choir through their Easter performances. The singers, consisting of Lisa Bagshaw, Kennedy Bagshaw, Radka Buriskova, Taylor Rowland, Karen Simpson, Linda Windross, Samantha Plett, Laura Towers, Dorothy Fisher, Josie Neilson, Natasha Penner, Walter Weber, Curtis Penner, Eric Neilson, Melvin Weber, Lewis Neilson, Larry Weber, Lavern Wideman, Jim Culham, and accompanied by Betty Spady on piano, and with the evening narrated by Roger Spady performed in Alliance and Castor on April 7. A light lunch was served after both performences. The final spring performance for the group will be April 9 at the Paintearth Lodge. Kevin J Sabo photo.

PHOTOS: Alliance/Castor Community Choir hosts Easter performances

Final performance on April 9th

By News Staff Castor Advance

Final performance on April 9th

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