4 Responses to “Flashback: Tacoma Art at Work Month 2002”

  1. Dr. Terry R. McLaughlin, Marketing, Tacoma Totem-Aires 253-845-0719 July 29, 2011 at 8:44 pm #

    And through it all, since their formation in September of 1946, nothing like the constant musical artistry of the Tacoma Totem-Aires Men’s Barbershop Chorus. You’ve heard them everywhere! In fact, they sang for Armed Forces Day at the newly remodeled Cheney Stadium this year, and last Tuesday they sang the National Anthem before the Rainier’s game once again. Regulars at the Puyallup Fair and the Puyallup Spring Fair delighting the hearts of old timers and children alike to their tunes with an upbeat, and even some swing tunes! Looking forward to singing your heart out with a fun group of men, then check us out on Tuesday evenings, 7-9:30 meeting at the Tacoma Elks, near 19th and Union in Tacoma.

    • Tacoma Arts July 29, 2011 at 9:06 pm #

      Dr. McLaughlin: Congratulations on the Totem-Aires’ 65 years of music making in Tacoma! Wow!

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