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Campbell River Community Band begins new season, looking for members

As the Campbell River Community Band begins its 17th season, it is looking for new members.

Under the direction of Céline Ouellette the band has maintained a regular membership of between 25 and 35.

Now there are a few holes in the woodwind section, specifically in the saxophone department.

Interested players of a any band instrument who can manage high school level band music should contact Céline at 250 923 6844, or e-mail her at minous@telus.com

The band is now preparing for a May concert called It’s a Jungle Out There, featuring animal and bird themed music.

The band rehearses every Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. in the music room of Carihi.

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