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A night of song in Agassiz

Brenda DiRezze leads the Harrison Hot Springs Multicultural Singers through a song during the Choir Festival at the Agassiz Agricultural Hall on Sunday night. The evening was a fundraiser for the local food bank, and raised about $2,000 through donations from attendees.  - Jessica Peters/ Observer
Brenda DiRezze leads the Harrison Hot Springs Multicultural Singers through a song during the Choir Festival at the Agassiz Agricultural Hall on Sunday night. The evening was a fundraiser for the local food bank, and raised about $2,000 through donations from attendees.
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer

Brenda DiRezze leads the Harrison Hot Springs Multicultural Singers through a song during the Choir Festival at the Agassiz Agricultural Hall on Sunday night. The evening was a fundraiser for the local food bank, and raised about $2,000 through donations from attendees. Jessica Peters/ Observer

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