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Holy Tuesday: Chorus ready to present annual music program

“ONE SOLITARY LIFE,” the annual Holy Tuesday Service sponsored by the Dickinson County Community Chorus and the Iron Mountain Area Clergy Association, is planned for 7 p.m. Tuesday at American Martyrs Catholic Church in Kingsford. The 65-member chorus is under the direction of Principal Conductor Crystal Hogan. (Terri Castelaz/Daily News photo)

KINGSFORD — The annual Holy Tuesday Ecumenical Service, sponsored by the Dickinson County Community Chorus and the Iron Mountain Area Clergy Association, is set for Tuesday at American Martyrs Catholic Church.

The program, titled “One Solitary Life,” will begin at 7 p.m. at the church, 908 W. Sagola Ave. in Kingsford.

The ecumenical service consists of scripture readings and choral anthems based on the Lenten Season and the life of Jesus, organizers said.

The 65-member chorus is under the direction of Principal Conductor Crystal Hogan and accompanied on piano by Jean Panek.

Assistant conductors Dawn Kranz and Jeremiah Garrigues-Cortelyou will direct the women’s and men’s ensembles, respectively. Mary Lee will lead the congregational singing on organ as well as accompany the ensembles. Additional instrumental accompaniment will include oboe, flute and cello.

All area residents are welcome.

Admission is free, but members of the Kiwanis Club will collect a free-will offering to further the charity work of the Iron Mountain Area Clergy Association.

Handicap access is available on the parking lot side of the church. They also have handicap parking and a ramp entrance available behind the church.

For those who cannot attend, the choral service will be videotaped and posted on the American Martyrs Church website at https://americanmartyrskg.org.

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