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Seeking New Singers

10th January 2002

Photograph of Seeking New Singers

For Caithness Rural Gaelic choir the start of the new year means the beginning of the road to the Royal National mod in Largs. So far, their best placing in the event has been third. this was gained as the fort William Mod in the same year as the founder member Raymond Bremner won the presitgious Gold Medal. Raymond is a Gaelic learner as are most of the other choir members.

The choir, under conductor, Norma Sinclair, is about to embark on learning the new songs for the Mod and it is suggested that, if you are interested in joining them, now would be a good time to do so. All that is asked of you is that you can sing in tune - though a sense of humour would be an advantage.

There is no audition and the atmosphere is friendly. So if you would like to give it a try please don't hesitate. Phone Norma on 01955 602615 or email [mail]margaret.wood[AT][/mail] for information or details.

Pictured in the photograph (from left to right)

Back Row
Raymond Farrel, Norma Sinclair, Nicola Milne, Sandra Durrand, Joanne Murray, Margaret Mackenzie, Anne Mackay, Jenny Grant, Gail Inglis, Iain Chisolm

Front Row
Rod McBoyle, Donald Campbell, Morag Brown, Patsy Anderson, Mina MacLennan, Margaret Taylor, Margaret Wood, Bill Sinclair, Raymond Bremner


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