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Shown here supported by the "Oklahoma" chorus, Molly Massey, at age 9, is already a renowned vocalist. PHOTO COURTESY OF SAM TWEEDY

Molly Massey, 9, to dazzle the crowd at United We Sing concert

The 14th Annual United We Sing concert will take place Sunday, Sept. 11 at 3 p.m. at Evans Auditorium on the Texas State campus.

 A variety of local area talent of all ages will be on display at this patriotic tribute presented by the Heart Of Texas Chorus and the Texas State College of Fine Arts and Communication.  Admission and parking are free.

 Included in this year's lineup is Molly Massey, a 9-year-old who has been a student of Lee Colee' since she was 5.  

Massey has appeared in "42nd Street," "Oklahoma," "The Outsiders" and "A Christmas Cabaret." 

The Steel Magnolias, exciting, exuberant and sometimes unexpected, are shown raisin' the roof at a recent performance. They will perform during Sept. 11's United We Sing concert at Evans Auditorium on the Texas State University campus. PHOTO COURTESY OF DEBBIE DANIEL

United We Sing Teems with Talent: The Steel Magnolias are scheduled to perform at Sept. 11 concert

The 14th Annual "United We Sing" concert, set for Sunday, Sept. 11 at 3 p.m., will feature the very popular, high-energy Steel Magnolias.  

The ladies from the San Marcos area are celebrating their 10th year in ministry.  They've performed throughout the United States presenting fully choreographed programs of gospel music and will be on tour the summer of 2017 in the Pacific Northwest.  

Highlights of their tours are singing in prisons, VA hospitals, performing arts centers, churches, assisted and senior living facilities.  

From left to right are membership committee representatives Shelley Henry, Sherri Bilson, Sara Lee Underwood, Naomi Narvaiz and Marianne Moore. PHOTO COURTESY OF MARIANNE MOORE

Sundays are made for sundaes: Heritage Association hosting membership event Aug. 28 at Charles S. Cock House

The Heritage Association of San Marcos is hosting a membership event on Sunday, Aug. 28 from 2 to 4 p.m.

Current and prospective new members are invited to the Charles S. Cock House, 400 E. Hopkins St.,  to enjoy ice cream sundaes and a history trivia hunt.  

Members are asked to bring a guest and enjoy a little ice cream fun with sprinkles on top.

Additional parking is available across the street from the Cock House.

Another popular community event coordinated by the Heritage Association Guild is the Cottage Kitchen luncheons.  

The San Marcos Area Community Chorus gives a stirring performance at a recent “United We Sing” concert resulting in a standing ovation. PHOTO COURTESY OF SAN MARCOS AREA COMMUNITY CHORUS

 

‘United We Sing’ concert set for 9-11

The 14th annual “United We Sing” concert will be presented Sunday, Sept. 11 at 3 p.m. at Evans Auditorium on the Texas State University campus.  

The musical tribute to the heroes and victims of the tragic events of 9-11-2001 is presented as a community service by the Heart Of Texas Chorus and the Texas State College of Fine Arts and Communication.  Admission and parking are free.

Local Scouts learn value through popcorn sales

Scouts from across our area are looking for your help as they learn how to set goals, pay their own way and support a year’s worth of character-building activities. 

Starting this Saturday, Scouts of all ages will begin their 2016 popcorn sale at area businesses and neighborhoods. Supporting a Cub Scout or Boy Scout through the popcorn sale is much more than just buying a snack; it helps these young people learn the value of working to pay for their share of year-round activities instead of relying on their parents.

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