Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 4, 1976 · Page 15
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 15

Nampa, Idaho
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Thursday, March 4, 1976
Page 15
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The Iilnlio Free Press The News-Tribune, Thursday, March 4,Wfi-15 Northwesterners set Bicentennial concerts NAMPA -- Northwest Nazareno College's Nor- thweslerners, a select vocal group, will present a Bicentennial concert at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 5 and 6 in the NNC Science Lecture Hall. Dr. Double E Hill, director, has announced that Connie Dare Hensley, organist, and Gaymon Bennett, narrator, will assist with the program. Selections by the Norlhweslerncrs will include patriotic songs, spiritual and secular folk songs and numbers from the musical "The Music Man." Reeda Hull and Ann Schroeder arc in charge of costuming with Rick Edwards and Doug Slaymaker handling lighting. Harold McClees is in charge of properties. Tickets are on sale at the NNC bookstore and will be available at the door on both performance nights. Admission is $1 for students and $1.50 for non-students. Students composing the Northwesterners group include Murray Bartlow, Lea Bateman, Sue Bickley, Cheryl Coulter, Brenda Creasman, Jacque Dinncl, Brent Flowers, Steve Guy, Ron Hawk and Lyndee Hanners. Others are Rick Hieb, Steve Jalm, Kathy Mayers, Tim Miller, Vicky St. Mary, Delta Sams, Doug Slaymaker Warren Sperry, Cindy 'Poland and Cecilie Woodroof. Woodroof and Jahn will be soloists for the Bicentennial program. Rick Hieb joins Cindy Toland for folk music numbers. Detta Smith, left, Jacque Oinnel and Tim Miller will sing patriotic songs in the Northwest- "' erners' concerts. Photos by Dave Christofferson Brenda Creasman and Warren Sperry get together for a 'Music Man' number. lea Bateman finds Brent Fiowers' l Music Man' selection * intriguing. ,',i Steve John seeks Cecilie Woodroof's attention in a selection from 'The Music Man.'

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