Seeley Swan Pathfinder -

By Betty Vanderwielen

Talented Musicians Present Music Galore


Betty Vanderwielen, Pathfinder

Five years of Music Galore continues to showcase the increasing technical skills of the Seeley-Swan Mountain Bells. Pictured (L-R): Margaret Sandor, Janet Whitesell, Bev Evans, Laurel Deniger, Mary Miester, Carrie Benton, Carole Rice, Julee Samuli, Glen Stocking and director Joann Wallenburn.

SEELEY LAKE - On May 4, guitar and banjo players, vocalists, pianists and an accordion player joined the Seeley-Swan Mountain Bells in presenting an evening of Music Galore. This is the fifth year the Mountain Bells have hosted the free event that invites local musicians to show off their skills and entertain the community.

The 10 members of Seeley-Swan Mountain Bells introduced the wide-ranging scope of the program by playing three distinctively different songs. The first, "Apassionata," an original piece composed by Michael Joy for his wife, extolled the love the two have for one another....

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