It was an early morning with lots of ‘busyness’ and a memorable worship service. Then they loaded the buses and headed out to South Dakota. Watch the 2018 Tour tab at the top for updates from the road, by Matt Paden. Click the Read More link for the traditional “bus picture”.
During this tour, one of the extra activities is a popular rafting trip. We need to have all Singers fill out the Rafting Release – click here – before we leave on Tour.
In case you’re looking for material to understand New G as well as promote an upcoming performance, you can find a “Media Resources” link under the Host Us link, or just click here!
Bemo handed out a sheet on passport information at our last rehearsal. After Bemo and I have both received either conflicting or confusing information, Bemo had also talked to a Wyoming office regarding ages and the need for passports. A key point is that we are a “youth group”. Those of you 19 and over […]
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It was another successful food sale thanks to our patrons who purchased over 1,000 items. Also a BiG thanks to Hy-Vee and their employees who worked through the night to make all of the items fresh. Watch for our next food sale this fall. You can click here for a few pictures of pick-up day.
New G will be having a social event on May 12th. It will be in Krug Park (exact location to be determined). Time is 11:30. Hot dogs, etc will be provided. More details to follow.
A very belated note about the Valentines Party. Follow this link to the pictures. All pictures were provided by Singer William Gentry (thanks William!).
New G held its “beginning of the year” membership rally on January 21st. A huge group – 31 at last count – of new guests showed up. If you are a potential guest that missed it, don’t worry, you are always welcome to come as a guest any night we rehearse. [Note, we are NOT […]
The first night of the membership drive included more than just singing. One of the get-to-know-you games involved making “robots” out of cardboard, aluminum foil and a few other supplies. Teams formed to create their own version of a robot which was later judged by an “expert” panel of judges. Click here to see the […]