Corrine Freeman, center, executive director of The Caring Place, receives a check for $750 from The Sound of Tennessee. On Dec. 14, the award-winning male barbershop, acapella chorus presented a benefit Christmas concert at Pangle Hall. Jim Veenstra, president of the chorus, and Brandon Guyton, director, presented the check. At the annual Christmas concert, The Sound of Tennessee, sang several seasonal favorites to a large and enthusiastic audience.
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