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Glasgow Musicale presents: Best of the Barrens Showcase

The program is free and open to the public. Silent auction will be included
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By Sam Terry

The Glasgow Musicale will present the "Best of the Barrens" Talent Showcase, at 2pmCT/3pmET, Sunday, September 22, 2013 at Glasgow's First Christian Church, 1100 N. Race Street, Glasgow, KY.



This is the second year the music-oriented group has launched its season by showcasing invited local talents in a broad variety of performers.

Performers for the 2013 edition of the talent showcase include Corey Bonds, the Glasgow Band Woodwind Ensemble, Colton Kise, Amberly Bush, Todd Woodward with Ellen Murrey Lawrence, Tambra Cambron with Lorraine Elleman, Hunter Lindsey, the First Christian Church Girls Ensemble, and Jonas Bastien.

In addition to the musical program, the Glasgow Musicale will hold a silent auction fundraiser during the event. Chaired by Julie Frye, the silent auction features a wide spectrum of items donated by local businesses and individuals. Some of the signature items to bid on include a quilt donated by Helen Simpson, original paintings by local artists, a unique VIP visit with the Glasgow Fire Department, tickets to a variety of area events including Orchestra Kentucky and Glasgow's Plaza Theatre, collector dolls, horseback riding lessons, spa packages, holiday and seasonal decor and more.

Monies raised at the event are used by Glasgow Musicale to provide scholarships to local students to attend the Stephen Foster Music Camp held at Eastern Kentucky University. This year, the organization helped to sponsor 53 local students who attended the prestigious camp.

Now in its 119th year, Glasgow Musicale has a rich history of making music an integral part of the Glasgow and Barren County community. - SAM TERRY, for the Glasgow Musicale.


This story was posted on 2013-09-16 05:50:27
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