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- Moose Jaw Philharmonic Ladies Chorus
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The Moose Jaw Philharmonic Ladies Chorus formed in June 1937 as a successor to the Moose Jaw Philharmonic Society which had been formed several years earlier.
The results of the first election of officers was Miss Florence Johnstone - President; Mrs. E. W. Badger - Vice President; Miss Marjorie Horsefield - Secretary; Miss Lyla Hynes - Treasurer; Mrs. J. L. Hilton - Librarian; Mrs. G. Hall - Business Manager; Miss Mabel Bryce - Press Secretary; Mrs. Greenfield - Social Convener. Mr. Francis Stevenson was the first conductor.
The first concert was given in the Baptist Church. The choir sponsored a scholarship for the Moose Jaw Festival of Music. They won a number of awards in competition and recorded an album to tape in May? 1966 which was released in 1967?.
A final meeting was held on February 19, 1979 where a vote to disband was taken and all remaining funds were donated to the Canadian Cancer Society.
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