It’s Thursday evening and 50 pairs of tapping feet have gathered for choir practice.
“Altos, where’s your pitch?” director Karen Bear asked the middle group of women - all part of the first-ever community choir.
With hands in the air and glasses perched at the tip of her nose, Karen Bear motioned for the perfect pitch.
Beth Laytart followed with an accompanying piano note.
“Can we go on or do you need it one more time?” Bear asked.
The altos, they responded, were good.
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