What a Unique Gift!

Local Sweet Adelines Make Music a Treat

Sea Breeze Harmony is a local chapter of Sweet Adelines International. An organization of close to 30,000 women around the world who LOVE to sing. Each year chapters raise money for continued music education through various means, one of the favorites being Vale-grams.

For a small fee, a quartet of lovely ladies will come to your special someone's office (or other agreed upon place) and serenade them with a couple of romantic ballads that are sure to be remembered for years to come.

What better way to show your love than with a song in the uniquely American, barbershop style.

If you would like more information about this organization check out the web site at: http://www.seabreezeharmony.org

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Porter says ... on Sunday, Feb 15 at 11:11 AM

Wow... That sounds really cool.

Lois-Elaine says ... on Wednesday, Feb 11 at 9:07 PM

You GO GIRL!! Lynn is the lead in the quartet "Jewells" This is our first year as a quartet and we are having a BALL!!

brenda salzano says ... on Wednesday, Feb 11 at 8:29 PM

I love this group, we heard themat the blackberry fest. Last year. Super good!

Pam Steinke says ... on Wednesday, Feb 11 at 5:47 PM

Great job Lynney! I'm going to forward on to Rochell, I know she would love to see it.

Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Feb 11 at 5:20 PM

congrats, lynn you did a great job

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