Woodbury Chorus and Orchestra to perform at CCEFS benefit

The Woodbury Chorus and Orchestra, under the direction of Cindy Martinson, will present “Songs of Hope” on Oct. 21 at Guardian Angels Catholic Church, 8260 Fourth St. N., Oakdale, at 4 p.m. This will be the 20th concert that the Woodbury Chorus and Orchestra has performed for the benefit of the Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf. 

This concert of familiar orchestral and choral music will include “Omnia Sol,” “Ave Verum,” “Requiem,” “The Awakening,” “You’ll never Walk Alone with Climb Every Mountain,” “Will the Circle Be Unbroken,” “Wayfaring Stranger,” and “Make Me an Instrument of Thy Peace.”

During the concert, a free will offering will be collected with 100 percent of the proceeds to benefit CCEFS. Over the years, the Woodbury Chorus and Orchestra has raised over $23,440 for the food shelf.

Woodbury Chorus and Orchestra, founded in 1985, is an arts organization that is unique in the Twin Cities. All members, including the directors, are unpaid volunteers and dedicated to helping those in need. For more information, contact Thomas Foster, President, Woodbury Chorus and Orchestra. 763- 784-7793.

The Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. Through its programs, CCEFS serves 1,500 families and touches 4,500 lives each month. To learn more about the organization, to make a donation or to volunteer, visit www.ccefs.org.

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