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America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration Concert... a Salute to Patriotic Tunes
Concert Features the Navy Band Sea Chanters
“It will be a very fun night of patriotic music on Friday before Thanksgiving with the Navy Band Sea Chanters,” said America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration Executive Director Olly deMacedo. “We are excited to have the support from the Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation to bring this free concert our guests.”
Functioning as the official choral group of the United States Navy, the men and women of the Navy Band Sea Chanters will bring guests of the America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration to their feet with a rousing selection of favorite patriotic tunes. Under the leadership of Senior Chief Musician Georgina L. Todd, the Navy Band Sea Chanters perform for the President, the Vice President, military dignitaries, Congressional representatives and foreign dignitaries all over the world.
“We are honored to have the Navy Band Sea Chanters perform our kick off concert for the 2011 America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration,”
The free concert takes place from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Memorial Hall located at 83 Court Street in Plymouth. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for general seating and guests are recommended to arrive early for the best seating. For more information about the concert, please check out the America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration website at www.usathanksgiving.com.
The 2011 America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration will take place November 18 through 20 at the nation’s birthplace of Thanksgiving – Plymouth, Mass. For more information about the celebration, which has been named one of the top 10 Thanksgiving celebrations in the nation, please check out our website at www.usathanksgiving.com.
America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration
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