Kudos to Sequim talent

Saturday night (Sept. 20) my husband and I attended a musical production for our Sequim community in the high school auditorium. It was an outstanding production and a very enjoyable evening out.

Saturday night (Sept. 20) my husband and I attended a musical production for our Sequim community in the high school auditorium. It was an outstanding production and a very enjoyable evening out.

The show went on from 7-9:30 p.m. The price is right; we paid $10 for 2 1/2 hours of good music and lots of laughs.

Many groups combined their talents for the production: The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus, Powerhouse, No Batteries Required, Aspire!, The Grand Olympic Women’s Chorus and comic interludes by the best comic we’ve seen in Sequim. It is pretty amazing that some of the songs were written by local talent. We came home singing “Homegrown Tomatoes.”

Sequim has an abundance of talented, musical people. We appreciate and thank all of you for your time and commitment. You provide our community of Sequim with good, clean family entertainment. There was something for everyone Saturday night — vocal, instrumental, comic.

This is one big reason why Sequim is a good place to live.

Molly and Bernie Christianson

Sequim

 

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