A most beautiful reunion party for Harrison-Kent Community Singers

Letter to the editor about the final gathering of the community singers

Dear Editor,

A heartfelt Thank-You for a most beautiful reunion party! Actually, it felt more like being on a realignment cruise: welcomed by Father Jack Dias, pampered to every whim by Captain Beccie Bokenfohr, treated to a most delicious Indonesian dinner by Chef Joop Admiraal and his staff, entertained by the Harrison-Kent Community Singers and surprised by a sentimental old-time sing along put together by Corine de Groot and Theresa Altenried. And all of this in the company of long time friends: former and present hikers and singers! We could not have asked for more! I cannot help thinking that, in many ways, it helped us to realign ourselves in the right direction, where ever this direction will lead us to!

Thank-You again to all who organized this event and to those who came or were with us in thoughts!

Ruth Altendorf

Harrison Hot Springs

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