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Angeli presents garden of music in Oak Harbor

Angeli consists of, in the back, Carol Fitzergerald, Verna Morgan, Lynne Ogren and Sharon Erickson, and in the front, Jan Ernst and Cynthia Akins Fletcher. - --
Angeli consists of, in the back, Carol Fitzergerald, Verna Morgan, Lynne Ogren and Sharon Erickson, and in the front, Jan Ernst and Cynthia Akins Fletcher.
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Angeli will present their spring concert, “Garden of Music,” at 7 p.m. Friday, May 4 at Oak Harbor Lutheran Church, located at 1253 NW Second Ave. in Oak Harbor.

A free will donation with be gathered for Opportunity Council of Island County.

This women’s quartet combines the vocal talents of Whidbey Island residents Cynthia Akins Fletcher, Sharon Erickson, Carol Fitzgerald and Lynne Ogren, with accompanists Verna Morgan and Jan Ernst.

“Garden of Music” celebrates the joys and wonders of spring with the life and love this season brings.

Opportunity Council is a private, nonprofit community action agency serving homeless and low-income families and individuals, with a goal of helping people learn to become self-sufficient.

Opportunity Council offers a range of services including energy assistance, food, homeless housing, child care resources, early learning programs, children’s backpack program and more.

This will be Angeli’s last local concert before Ogren moves to Alaska.

Come rejoice in the gift of music and friendship these women have shared with one another and the community for the past seven years.

For more information, contact Oak Harbor Lutheran Church at 679-1561 or email angeli_quartet@comcast.net.

 

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