Free holiday orchestra performance

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  • Trombonist Bob Saboe is one of the charter members of the Bonners Ferry Community Orchestra, which also includes 12-year-old Jonas Snyder (below).

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    (Courtesy Photo) 12-year-old Jonas Snyder is a part of the orchestra.

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    Courtesy photos The Bonners Ferry Community Orchestra is an international team of players.

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    (Courtesy Photo) The Bonners Ferry Community Orchestra will play its seasonal concert on Sunday, Dec. 2, at the Becker Auditorium.

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    (Courtesy Photo) 11-year-old Caitlin Wallace is one of the youngest members.

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    (Courtesy Photo) Cellist Carl Dahlberg is one of the charter members of the Bonners Ferry Community Orchestra.

  • Trombonist Bob Saboe is one of the charter members of the Bonners Ferry Community Orchestra, which also includes 12-year-old Jonas Snyder (below).

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    (Courtesy Photo) 12-year-old Jonas Snyder is a part of the orchestra.

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    Courtesy photos The Bonners Ferry Community Orchestra is an international team of players.

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    (Courtesy Photo) The Bonners Ferry Community Orchestra will play its seasonal concert on Sunday, Dec. 2, at the Becker Auditorium.

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    (Courtesy Photo) 11-year-old Caitlin Wallace is one of the youngest members.

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    (Courtesy Photo) Cellist Carl Dahlberg is one of the charter members of the Bonners Ferry Community Orchestra.

The Bonners Ferry Community Orchestra will play its seasonal concert on Sunday, Dec. 2, at 3 p.m. at Bonners Ferry High School Becker Auditorium.

This international orchestra continues to grow and welcomes musicians from Libby and Troy, MO, British Columbia, Sandpoint, and— of course— Boundary County. Their exciting music will usher in the Christmas season and is sure to bring an added measure of love, joy, and peace, according to Glenda Novinger, director and conductor.

This concert, entitled “A Christmas Festival,” is FREE to the public, so invite your friends and loved ones to hear an hour of beautiful, uplifting music!

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