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Symphony GuildThe Salisbury-Rowan Symphony Guild held its annual membership tea Feb. 28 at the home of Lynn Mills with Betty Jean Brittian as co-hostess, assisted by Mary Baker and Ann Meredith. The tea had around 55 members in attendance.
The guild presented the symphony with a check for their pledge of $4,000. An additional check for $5,000 made possible due to a very successful Christmas Homes Tour was presented to assist the symphony in educational endeavors with the strings program for the youth in our community.
Dr. David Hagy gave an overview of the March 1 concert which was to feature music from three composers, Bach, Beethoven and Brahms. In keeping with the “B” theme the Symphony offered “Balcony for a Buck” seats.
A program of music by the first-year strings class students was enjoyed by guild members.
Debbie Elliott, guild president, reported that 498 volunteers provided 3,942 hours of service this past year.
Sydna Tripp , coordinator of the Festival of Spring Gardens for Milford Hills was introduced. The festival will be April 12-13 in Milford Hills with two additional Country Gardens in Granite Quarry.
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