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Until recently we have been meeting virtually, which though not quite as much fun has allowed us to keep in touch and provided some great learning experiences. But we are back to in-person meetings at our regular meeting site. Nearly all of us have had the COVID vaccine, and those who have not have been asked to wear a mask if attending. Please use the “Contact Us” form to tell us you’d like to attend one of our meetings. Although we intend to keep meeting in person we want to make sure that you are aware if we’ve made any changes to meeting time and location. In addition, we do not meet on certain holidays. If you send us a “Contact Us” form, someone from our membership committee will do that! Leave your phone number if you prefer a call. If you attend a meeting we will also ask you to sign a release form.

At this time you will also be asked to wear a face mask whether or not you have bee vaccinated. Please use the “Contact Us” form if you have any questions.

Sweet Adelines International is hosting a virtual competition October 15-17.
Click HERE for additional information.

Our last Regional contest (2019) seems like ages ago!  We love being able to see our Sweet Adeline sisters from other choruses, listen to the music and just have fun with our friends. Things were, of course, different this year and last.  In 2020, we were working, like most Sweet Adeline choruses, on our contest numbers for Spring Regional, which was scheduled in April. Well you know the rest of the story, this would have been a large event, and was, of course, cancelled.  Now we are back at work, learning some new music, brushing up on some of the old and happy to be singing together again. 

To see our 2019 contest performance here’s the GOC chorus performance at the 2019 Region 13 Contest.

In 2019, our chorus director, Connie Alward, had a very rewarding contest weekend, along with her quartet Wink. They took home a well-deserved first place in the Region 13 quartet competition. Here they are shortly after their win. Grand Olympics was both proud and happy for Wink.  Visit Wink’s Facebook page for more information about their journey.