Covered Bridge Harmony gives back to community

Friday, February 17, 2017
Members of Covered Bridge Harmony present a portion of the proceeds of the group’s Christmas show to representatives of Beyond Homeless and the Bells of Gobin. Attending the recent presentation were (front from left) Debby Lambert, Alice Howard, Skip Sutton, Phyllis Smith, Jodi Leach, Glenda Edwards, (middle) Kathryn Dory, CBH director Sara Stone, Beyond Homeless board president Jerry Lewis, Beyond Homeless Executive Director Michelle Boller, CBH president Roseanne Jensen, Kathy Custis, Linda Schroeder, Jill Dombrowski, (back) Suzanne Griffith, Karen Weaver, Beth Montgomery, Denise Thede, Anita Edenfield, Eleanor Howard and Kelly Genotte.

Covered Bridge Harmony recently shared the proceeds from its 2016 Christmas show with Beyond Homeless and the Bells of Gobin. More than 20 local women who belong to the chorus presented their show, Yuletide Harmony, and sold baked goods to raise funds to be donated.

“The ladies of Covered Bridge Harmony are happy to have an opportunity to give back to the community that has given us so much and supported our organization through the years,” chapter president Roseanne Jensen said.

The chorus has participated in other community events such as performing the national anthem for the F.O.P. 5K run in the spring, for Cloverdale’s Clothe-a-Child event and singing at area nursing homes.

Covered Bridge Harmony is the Greencastle Chapter of Harmony Inc., an international organization of female a capella singers specializing in the barbershop harmony style.

For more information about the Covered Bridge Harmony chorus, visit

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