If you like to sing, we have the opportunity of a LIFETIME! Visit an open rehearsal - no obligation, no cost -- and see what this group of singing ladies is all about. If you like it, return again. There is a place for you on our risers!
Teresa is currently enrolled in the Sweet Adelines International Director Certification Program, and has continued her barbershop harmony education through the years by attending numerous educational conferences, retreats, summer music camps, and four International Educational Symposiums around the country. In 2007, Teresa sang on Sweet Adelines International competition stage at Calgary, Canada, with Top of the Rock Chorus (of Little Rock, Arkansas).
Teresa sang Lead in registered quartets, "Take 4 Quartet" and "Four His Glory Quartet." She served as the "fifth ear" for “Sweet Harmony Quartet,” where Teresa says, "I enjoyed learning the craft of barbershop quartetting and the sweet fellowship of singing sisters."
Teresa is a Speech Pathologist, practicing in the Monroe area since 1985. Teresa says she loves serving her clients. She also is in Bible Study Fellowship since 2006, and has served in a leadership capacity for the last few years.
Teresa and her husband Ron Howard three grandchildren, Molly, Lyla, and Brennon. Ron has a grown son, David (and his wife Amber), and Teresa has a grown son, Andrew. Teresa and Ron have a "feisty" rescue cat named Max.
Teresa welcomes the challenge of guiding SASC ladies on a fun and rewarding experience in the craft of singing barbershop harmony, and invites any lady who enjoys singing to visit a rehearsal and see how it feels to sing precise four-part harmony in the unique art form of barbershop harmony!
Why? Why should you audition? LOTS of reasons! Singing makes you FEEL good, keeps you active learning and enjoying the company of others and going on road trips with friends. AND the chorus needs your voice! There is a place in the chorus for singers who sing HIGH and singers who sing LOW and everything in between. You do not have to read music, learning media is provided. There are so many more benefits to membership.
Interested? Call today. 318-439-1061. Ask questions. Get answers. Come SING!
Where do YOU sing? in your car? in the shower? at Karaoke night? If you enjoy singing, you'll LOVE harmonizing with these fantastic singers!
Wow! Just Wow! The weather was amazing, the beautiful Ouachita River reflected a cobalt blue sky, friendly, warm ladies chatting and enjoying learning about "What Women Want" -- including opportunities to SING!
Ladies sang tags and row-row-rowed some boats with us. We even were privileged to have booth visitors sing FOR us! Thank you Downtown Monroe Alliance and all the amazing sponsors* for making this day happen. And thanks ladies for stopping and visiting. We'll be posting the prize winners after the drawing Monday night. Good Luck!
P.S. If anyone else has photos of us or our booth, please share them with either on our facebook page or email to us at email@example.com Thanks!
*LIST OF SPONSORS (copied from Downtown Monroe Alliance Facebook Page):
Trinity Diamonds Direct; AAF - Northeast Louisiana (Ad Club of NELA), AmeriPride, Assurance Financial - Monroe/West Monroe, Choice Brands, Inc., Cloud Realty & Associates, Monroe City, Daily Press, DeltaStyle Magazine, Glenwood Regional Medical Center, Lagniappe Broadcasting of Monroe, Landry Vineyards, Marsala Beverage, Monroe-West Monroe CVB, The News-Star, Origin Bank, P&S Surgical Hospital, Woodforest National Bank, The Peach 99.3, Vantage Health Plan, and Delta Disposals
Congratulations to Cherri Barmore for being selected by her peers for the SASC 2017 WALL OF FAME Award!
Congratulations to Cherri Barmore for being selected by her peers for the SASC 2017 WALL OF FAME Award! Cherri was honored in Houston at the annual Region 10 Great Gulf Coast Annual Conference and Competition on March 31-April 1, 2017. Cherri has been a Sweet Adeline for over 20 years, and has sung BASS in several choruses around the area:
and sang on International stage in Houston in 2011, and Hawaii in 2013. She has also sung in a couple of quartets:
Cherri has been the front-line director of SASC for almost the entire 11 years the chorus has existed (with the exception of a few months in 2016, due to illness). Cherri has been the only bass section leader SASC has ever had, and has attended numerous training and educational symposiums throughout the country, while in Region 25 and in Region 10. She's been a Sweet Adeline for over 20 years. SASC is privileged to have the expertise and experience of Cherri Barmore, and it is our privilege to bestow this honor upon her.
From 4PM to 6PM on THREE MONDAYS in April,
ladies who like to sing are invited to audition to join the
amazing award winning barbershop ladies of northeast Louisiana, SOUTHERN ACAPPELLA SOUND CHORUS
ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS ... just show up between
4PM and 6PM, and the music team will listen to you
sing any piece of music you bring with you.
No a cappella experience necessary, and
no musical training is needed. This is an
educational 501(c)(3) organization that
provides instruction and focuses on
PRESERVING the art form of
Come on April 10, 17, or 24, 2017!
Let the music inside you .... TAKE FLIGHT!
MEMBER INCENTIVE TO INVITE ...
Also, all during the month of April, any member who
has a singing guest at any rehearsal during the month
will get her name in a drawing for a GREAT PRIZE!
The member who brings the most singing guests
during April will win a BEAUTIFUL
SILVER TREBEL CLEF 18" necklace
One of the most memorable members of Southern Acappella Sound Chorus, Monica never meets a stranger. Singers all across the South readily recognize Monica and remember her fun, happy visits at Sweet Adeline events around the South.
Even before the day the chorus was chartered back in 2006, Monica had been a dedicated, loyal, hard-working proponent for the formation of the group. Her beautiful resonant lead voice brings a richness to the chorus's sound that is undeniable.
Monica has served as Parliamentarian, Secretary, Sign-poster, Key-carrier, Mailbox Checker, Bird-caller-whistler (wink!), Costume Committee, Housing Committee, Attendance-checker, and too many other capacities to even remember. Without Monica, this chorus would not be the same.
It is with honor that we announce the choice for this year's recipient of this disctinction.
We invite YOU to hare your photos, memories and funny stories of your encounters with Monica either here on our blog, or on our Facebook page.
Monica's enthusiasm for Sweet Adelines can not be contained and is contagious. She is always willing to learn something new. She is dependable, shows up for rehearsal and excels at doing warmups and being our secretary. Her attitude is irreplaceable, she walks in a room and you KNOW she is there. She is just Monica and we love her. Candice
When that thunderstorm moved through about 5:00 Saturday afternoon, we felt certain there'd be no way the races could be held, but the clouds moved through and remained to the east for the most part, and THE RACE IS ON!
Southern Acappella Sound Chorus got to sing the National Anthem, and participate in this FAST, FUN American past-time - NASCAR racing style!
Since we were singing we didn't get any photos of ourselves singing, but I snagged a few from the Rev's FB page - with those NASCAR guys and racers all around us, we just had to have a copy of those photos!
Thanks to JUDY HUGHES for making the arrangements, and thanks to all the sweet folks at the REV (Amanda and friends!) for the honor and privilege of singing the National Anthem. We look forward to the next time!
After paying tribute to our Veterans at the Veteran's Home in the afternoon, and singing for the residents at a local Assisted Living facility, we ate supper and waited out the rain before going on over to the REV to get the action started by singing the National Anthem. As the track was dried, we enjoyed visiting and learning how things are done at the real races--just like on TV!
The pit crews and staff of the track were simply precious people and we were so happy to be there with them for this FIRECRACKER 50 event. As the crowd of fans crossed over the fence and onto the track, it was apparent that there are a LOT of people who LOVE racing and there are a lot of people (like US) who don't even know the first thing about this sport. We learnd a lot on this evening, though, and you can bet a LOT of us will be going back--and bringing friends and family! This is a FUN way to spend an evening, and even between the excitement of the races, the sponsors and track folks make sure you have excitement by handing out raffle tickets to folks as they enter the gates and then all evening long, there are giveaways -- we came home with koozies, cups, caps, oil changes, and lots of fun first-time-ever memories.
We encourage all the people who can to go out to the REV if at all possible for the next races, which will be August 9, 26, Sept. 6, and Sept. 19, 2014.
GO TO THE RACES! You'll have a BLAST!
Boy, did we have F-U-N in Baton Rouge! I made a new friend, and exchanged pins and their "Red Stick" pins are just fabulous!
In case you don't know it, the name "Baton Rouge" means "Red Stick" - see, you learned something today!
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