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COLUMBIA CITY â Music from 1913 was the highlight of DiAnna Weissâs theme for the June meeting of the Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority.
Members shared their talents, including a floral center piece and a table runner on one of the serving tables. An Erma Bombeck reading honoring mothers was given. Duets included âHow Could You Believe Me When I Said I Loved You When You Know Iâve been a Liar All my Life?â; âBlackbird, Bye Byeâ; a medley of 1913 hits â âWhen Irish Eyes Are Smiling,â âYou Made Me Love You,â and âAve Mariaâ; and âLet the Rest of the World Go By.â
Also shared was a recording of âGod Bless Americaâ and a patriotic tribute read over piano music. Closing the program, the group sang âAmazing Graceâ and âIn the Garden.â
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