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A reason to be thankful

On a drippy, dull November afternoon, people streamed into Tornstrom Auditorium in Brainerd to hear the Legacy Chorale sing, "Old Time Religion" songs.

On a drippy, dull November afternoon, people streamed into Tornstrom Auditorium in Brainerd to hear the Legacy Chorale sing, "Old Time Religion" songs.

There is nothing like listening to "Bile Them Cabbage Down," an American folk song, to get a person clapping their hands or tapping their feet.

The Legacy Chorale has been in existence for 13 seasons. There are over 60 members. The members not only have to audition to get into the choir but they also have to pay to be a part of this organization. On top of that they donate hours of their time practicing. You couldn't ask for people with more generous hearts.

In this season of Thanksgiving, we should feel very fortunate to have such amazing talents in our area.

Danke, grazie, merci, gracias and a very big thank you to every single person associated with the Legacy Chorale. You people bring such marvelous concerts to our community. I'm extremely grateful.

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Luann Rice

Baxter

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