First Capital Chorus’ Synchromesh Quartert, including tenor Mike Wilcox, lead Gord Harris, bass Leigh Anderson, and baritone Bill Findlay sang at the Langley Christmas Bureau headquarters on Nov. 28, while dropping off a cheque for $1,361 for the bureau.

Voices unite in harmony for Langley Christmas Bureau

The First Capital Chorus benefit concert happening Dec. 10 continues a Christmas tradition

A Langley men’s choral group that has been entertaining audiences for nearly five decades is once again using the power of music to raise funds for a worthy cause.

The First Capital Chorus will hold  its 22nd annual benefit concert for the Langley Christmas Bureau on Saturday, Dec. 10, beginning at 7 p.m. at Willoughby Christian Reform Church, 20525 72 Ave.

The concert features First Capital Chorus, Langley Children’s Chorus, Peace Arch Sweet Adelines, Opus One Women’s Chorus, Langley Concert Band, and the 2016 Christmas Community Chorus.

Net proceeds go to the Langley Christmas Bureau.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for seniors and students and will be available at the door or at:

Auld Phillips, 20500 Fraser Highway;

• Beach Basket Giftware, #107 – 8850 Walnut Grove Dr.;

• Westland Insurance, 4074 200 St.; and

• Westland Insurance inside Willowbrook Shopping Centre.

No credit cards are accepted. Cash or cheques only (payable to Langley Chapter).

The First Capital Chorus’s Synchromesh Quartet, including tenor Mike Wilcox, lead Gord Harris, bass Leigh Anderson, and baritone Bill Findlay, sang at the Langley Christmas Bureau headquarters last week, after dropping off a cheque for $1,361 for the organization.

Harris said the group has raised more than $110,000 for local charity through the years.

“We’re a service organization,” he added.

“This is what we do. We work for humanity.”

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