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St. Catharines (Ont.) United Mennonite Church held a choir reunion on Oct. 28, 2007, as choir members dating back to the early 1940s were invited to join the current choir in singing anthems and hymns that are part of the Mennonite heritage. Under the direction of Art Wall, right, who has led the choir since the 1960s, the combined choir sang such favourites as "This is the Day the Lord Has Made," "How Can I Keep From Singing," and "We Will Keep Our Faith Alive." After the concert, all singers left with a feeling of gratitude and thanks in their hearts, and with the hope of "let's do it again."[Ron Wiebe] notes that a lot of new initiatives are being planned in 2008. "A bus service to Camp Assiniboia is being considered," he says. "This bus would include a pick-up point in the inner city. Re-routing the Koinonia bus through Portage and Brandon is also being considered."
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