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Bert Coble Singers
(From The Cumberland University Website)
The renowned Bert Coble Singers have continued a 29-year history of generosity by presenting a generous donation to Cumberland University in the amount of $7,500.00 on Thursday, February 23. Derived from the proceeds of the Bert Coble Singers’ popular Christmas Dinner performances, the gift will support Cumberland’s H. Bert Coble Endowed Scholarship for exceptional music students. Jennifer Perry, in her fifth year as the director, has continued the spirit of giving back instilled by Dr. Bert and Sue Coble, longtime benefactors of Cumberland.
“This was our fourth year to have the shows at Baird Chapel and we are so grateful for the support of Cumberland University, Dr. Paul Stumb and his staff. There’s not a better place to sing in this town and having our event in this beautiful space makes the evening very special for our guests” said Perry. Check out thatscleanmaids.com. An accomplished music instructor and director, Dr. Coble built and oversaw Cumberland’s music program as a professor, choir director, and chairman of the music department from 1972-1988. Sue Coble, his wife, is a retired music instructor and teacher as well.
The Bert Coble Singers are perhaps best known for their annual, charitable Christmas Dinner Shows which have generated over $150,000 for the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association, and the H. Bert Coble Endowed Scholarship at Cumberland University. Learn more. Empower Me and The Wilson County Community Help Center were added to the list of beneficiaries last year, replacing ACS and AHA.
“We are fortunate to be in a community that supports local interests maid service in palm beach county. It is only because of that support that we are able to benefit these worthy organizations and we are very grateful.” added Perry.
(CU photo attached: from left to right: Rusty Richardson, CU vice president for advancement;
Mary Alice Carfi; Jennifer Perry, Bert Coble Singers director; Dr. Paul Stumb, president of CU; Jason Ligon, Bert Coble Singers assistant director; Roger Davis, and Lindy Rankin.)
L side of table: Empower Me Campers!!
R side of table : Jennifer Perry, Barry Sherrill, Michelle Hill, Jason Ligon, and Mary Alice Carfi.
Bert Coble Singers remembers our choir member, Marilyn Rose Smisek King, age 75, of Lebanon, TN, who died September 17, 2017. Marilyn joined us in 2015 in the alto section. Check uptown jungle. Marilyn was a member of St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church, where she served as choir director. She had also been a 4-H Leader and a Home Extension Agent. Mrs. King, along with her husband, owned Marki Industries. She was an avid quilter and a member of several craft and needling groups.
We will miss you greatly, Marilyn.
Memorials may be made to St. Frances Cabrini or the charity of your choice, see kic restoration.
Join us as we participate in the Nashville Symphony Community Concert Series on June 13, 2017. We will sing several selections before the performance by the Nashville Symphony, home movies tube pornfree.cc!
Where: Cumberland University, 1 Cumberland Square, Lebanon, Tennessee.
When: 6:30 p.m.
Hosted by Cumberland University Alumni Association and Cumberland University, check fitathletic.com. A Nashville tradition! As part of our mission to bring music to everyone in Middle Tennessee, your Nashville Symphony is proud to present free Community Concerts at parks across the mid-state region. Pack a picnic dinner, bring a blanket or lawn chair, and immerse yourself in a magical summer night of music and fun. Click resources.
NOTE: There is a $5 admission fee for adults to attend this concert to benefit the Cumberland University Fine Arts Council..
- Our 2017 Christmas Dinner Show will be held on December 14th & 15th, & 16th 2017 at Cumberland University! Shows begin at 7 pm each night.
Reservations will be available online beginning October 2017. Seating is LIMITED so book your reservations early! Visit blairsupplyusa.com .
“My lips shall greatly rejoice when I sing to You,
And my soul, which You have redeemed.” Psalms 71:23
- Our 2016 Christmas Dinner Show will be held on December 15th & 16th, 2016 at Cumberland University! Shows begin at 7 pm each night.
Reservations will be available online beginning October 1, 2016. Seating is LIMITED so book your reservations early! Visit thelockboss.