She hails from Ft. Come on out to the Coronado Community Center and sit back and enjoy home-baked cookies, cocoa and coffee, all served at your table while listening to many of your favorite carols that are sure to put you in the spirit of the season. In addition to the joy of singing, she appreciates all the Chimes does to promote its annual scholarships, funded in part by performances throughout the year. As an added convenience, tickets can also be purchased online at www.hsvticketsales.com. 5. Meet Judy Pugh, the most recent member of Crystal Chimes Chorus. and again at 7 p.m., in order to accommodate as many as possible. Pugh says, “I love music of all genres and barbershop just happens to be my favorite.” For those who may not know, Crystal Chimes Chorus is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, an organization dedicated to furthering the art of ladies’ four-part a cappella, barbershop music, so this was a perfect fit all the way around. Now she’s hard at work on Christmas music as the chorus prepares for its annual Cocoa, Cookies and Carols holiday event titled, “Here Comes Christmas, Again,” scheduled for Dec. To meet the demand from previous years, there will be two shows, at 1 p.m. Tickets are $10, general admission, and are available from any chorus member or by calling Kay at 915-9008. For additional information, contact Melinda Alvord at 949-981-4319. Fortunately, Pugh is a quick study, learning an entire repertoire of songs in just a few weeks, leading up to the chorus’ fall show. Worth, Texas, and is a recent addition to both the Village and the chorus. However, she’s no stranger to the world of music and the stage, having been actively involved most of her life in one form or another of musical performance and education. In fact, she first learned about Crystal Chimes at a POA Newcomers’ Coffee this past spring.
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