Meridian Star


April 6, 2014

ECCC Choir in concert April 22

MERIDIAN —     DECATUR – The East Central Community College Concert Choir will present its annual spring campus concert April 22 at 7 p.m. in the Vickers Fine Arts Center Auditorium. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend.

    Musical selections include “It Is Well With My Soul” arr. By Larson, “My Good Lord’s Done Been Here” by Thomas, “When Music Sounds” by Dickau, “Exsultate Justi” by Viadana and “Gloria” by Bass.

    Vicki Blaylock serves as director and Natalie Emmons is the accompanist.

    Choir members and their respective hometowns include Jordan Alonso and Taylor Gressett, both of Chunky; Joseph Aulds, Kelli Boulton, Hannah Brown, Kaitlyn Dean, Katy Ezelle, Claire Giffin, Kirk Griffin, Alana Kron, Andrea McSwain, Ryan Mott, Adam Porter, Caitlyn Sant, Tyler Spence, Courtney Tillman and Jesse Vaughn, all of Decatur; Raven Bane, Ashley Bozeman, Tiffany Dorman, Jessie Hennington, Jayohnnnie Slaughter, Adrian Tucker, Mallory Wilkerson and Nathan Williams, all of Union; Conor Bell and Anna Girling, both of Carthage; Heather Bradley, Hannah Clark, Leah Ferguson, David Fortenberry, Sarah Hall, Sam Lovorn, Zach Peden, Chandler Smith and Leslie Young, all of Philadelphia; Georgia Doner, Bailey; Courtney Elliot, Danielle Gregory, Lacye Harrison and Eli Parker, all of Little Rock; Rebecca Faron and Chelsey Smith, both of Brandon; Dominick Fields, Jenny Grove and Kimberly Rigby, all of Forest; Julian Fuentes, MacKenzie Gannon, Ryan Godwin, Hannah Robinson and Danielle Shelley, all of Newton; Matt Graham, Jonathan Hodge, Kasey Logan and Brianna Parkman, all of Lake; Grayson Harrell, Gloriana Latham, Jessica Stinson Smith and Kara Yates, all of Morton; Danette Harris, Caledonia; Samantha Hill, Cara Jackson, Corey Jackson and  Jordan Lovorn, all of Louisville; Shelby Horn, Emily Jacome-Cluff, Katherine Jacome-Cluff, Makenzie Rowzee and Haleigh West, all of Hickory; Hannah Kersgaard, Walnut Grove; Tabitha LaBue and Dee Jay Rolison, both of Conehatta; Rachel Laird and Hannah Mitchell, both of Meridian; Ian Lanthrip, Sebastopol; and Houston Martin, Edinburg.

    For more information, contact Blaylock at (601) 635-6225 or e-mail

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