Lakeside Civic Chorus recently sponsored “An Evening of Wine and Song,” which included a silent auction to raise funds for their Christmas Blessings Concert, Dec. 6, 4:30 pm, at Rockwall’s First Christian Church, 3375 Ridge Rd.
Vocal entertainment was provided by LCC members Shelba Gorham- Bell, Isiak Holiday, Jennifer Sanchez and James Williams, according to a press release from publicist Nancy Beaty. Artistic Director David Bush and accompanist Ken Frerichs accompanied several singers.
Hunter Hammett, sommelier from the Fairmont Pyramid Room Restaurant, paired wine with the country of the songs that were sung and offered his expert knowledge on each of his choices, she said.
Concert tickets may be purchased at the door for Adults $12, Seniors $10, Students-Free.
Beaty wrote that funds raised from the concert will benefit the Marilyn Miller Memorial Scholarship Fund, which provides a $1,000 gift to a high school senior in the Lake Ray Hubbard area who plans to pursue a college degree in music. The 2009 Winner was Trevor St. John-Gilbert.
Th non-profit organization was founded in 1984, and the chorus’ success is directly dependent on audience and sponsor support, wrote Beaty.
For info, visit Lakeside Civic Chorus.org.