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Shout Sister! to make 'joyful noise' at annual fundraiser

The all-ages show takes place on June 4
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Guelph’s Shout Sister! choir is making a 'joyful noise' for Community of Hearts. Beth Becker directs as the choir continues Shout Sister’s tradition of giving back to the community. We dedicate our annual fundraiser to helping our communities. We are also found throughout the year performing at other fundraisers and at senior’s homes. Our performances are joyful occasions and our audiences respond with delight to our enthusiasm and energy.

There are 25 Chapters of Shout Sister! Choir in Ontario and we are constantly growing. Shout Sister! takes an unorthodox approach to choral singing. We do not audition and we sing a fun variety of music from pop and Motown, to folk, to a touch of country and blues. We learn from recorded tracks so we require no reading of music. Our method is fresh and fun and we are a warm and welcoming community.

Founded in 2012, Community of Hearts supports adults with intellectual exceptionalities to achieve success in curriculum-based quality programming, build self confidence and become more socially engaged as they grow and learn.

Community of Hearts offers a variety of unique programs centered around life skill building and community engagement to reduce social isolation and improve professional and social networks so that individuals with developmental exceptionalities gain the necessary skills to become empowered, contributing members of society.

Community of Hearts believes in creating and maintaining a sustainable organization. We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors who bring their expertise to the table to ensure that Community of Hearts can offer learning opportunities for generations to come.

This is an all-ages show taking place on June 4, 2019 at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. Start time is 7:30 p.m., doors open 7:00 p.m. 

Bring the whole family! Tickets are $10 and are available from chior members or at the door, children under 12 are free.