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Speech & Debate Summer Camps (Sumner/N. Davidson)

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Iron Sharpening Iron invites you to participate in a large variety of speech and debate and also life skills camps being held July 28-August 2 in Goodlettsville. In addition to Intro and Advanced speech and debate camps, we are offering college prep and interview skills. Whether or not your student participates in homeschool competitive speech and debate, these skills are life skills that will benefit them in real situations. Besides that, they're fun! We hope you'll join us.

If you are interested or would like more information, a complete listing of the camps including cost and other details can be sent to your email address. Please contact Angela DiBrito at isidebateandspeech[at]gmail.com or call 615-587-9025.

Young Women In Song & Harmony Festival (Davidson)

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Do you know a young woman who loves to sing?

If YES, then YWISH is an event they shouldn't miss! The Young Women In Song & Harmony (YWISH) Festival is a one-day workshop that provides young women (ages 14 through 25) with an opportunity to learn and perform 3 songs in a cappella style. Following the Festival, YWISH participants will have a chance to perform their music for friends and family with the award-winning Metro Nashville Chorus!

Kim Wonders and Natalie Allen of the Metro Nashville Chorus will lead this workshop. Kim and Natalie are music educators with a wealth of knowledge and experience coaching and directing women's choruses and quartets.

Now in its 4th year, the YWISH Festival will be held on Saturday, October 4th from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm at Hillsboro Presbyterian Church in Nashville, TN. A $25 participation fee covers the cost of sheet music and learning media (which participants receive at least 3 weeks before the festival), meals and a Festival tee-shirt. Further information and registration forms can be found at www.metronashvillechorus.org. Visit www.facebook.com/YWISH.festival to see pictures and posts from past events.

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