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Chimes & Chocolates concert will ring on April 29
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Seven-year-old Lily Rowlett rings the highest bells for the St. Philip’s bell choir.
Contributed photo Seven-year-old Lily Rowlett rings the highest bells for the St. Philip’s bell choir.
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13-year-old Dimitri plays the lowest bells
Contributed photo 13-year-old Dimitri plays the lowest bells
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The Beeville Vineyard invites the community to the 10th annual “Chimes and Chocolates” concert Tuesday, April 29, at 7 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church.

The four church bell choirs from First Baptist, First Presbyterian, First United Methodist and St. Philip’s Episcopal churches will again present an evening of handbell music. Each choir will ring two selections, and the four groups will ring the opening and closing hymns and two special arrangements en masse.

The women and handbell choir members of the four churches and Vineyard Board members will provide chocolate desserts following the concert for all attending. The reception will be held in the FUMC Christian fellowship hall.

A goodwill offering will be collected to benefit the Vineyard and enable the local help agency to assist more needy members of this community.

Bob Granger, FBC bell choir director, will direct the combined groups. Alyssa Gámez directs the FUMC choir; Louanne LeBourveau, the First Presbytherian; and Louise Mayberry, the St. Philip’s choir.
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