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|On Saturday, March 4, 2006, the Children of LCH put on a benefit concert to raise money to purchase an Ark of Animals from Heifer International that would help children and families throughout the world.
Children’s Benefit Concert
The musical program began with the F.R.O.G.S. (Families Revering Our God In Song) Choir and the LCH Steel Drum Ensemble, and continued with the smallest child, who has just begun to learn to hold his bow, singing “The Wheels on the Bus” (supported by more advanced children).
Other children performed in solos, duets, and trios on the violin and ’cello.
All of the string performers joined as the F.R.O.G.S. String Orchestra to play “O Come, Little Children.”
The child who had originally come up with the idea for the benefit concert performed with piano accompaniment by Carl Crosier.
Several children who are studying organ with Kathy Crosier performed. On the right, one of the smallest children performing a beginning instructional piece. The most advanced child played J.S. Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in F major (“Little”).
Audience members showed their appreciation with warm applause and through gifts and pledges of $2,000 towards the Ark.
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