Auction to benefit children’s choir

Western North Carolina’s s internationally acclaimed children’s choir, Voices in the Laurel, will perform a concert on Sunday, Oct. 10, at The Gateway Club, located at 37 Church Street in downtown Waynesville, during the Annual Voices Benefit Auction. The event will include both a silent and live auction.  

“This year’s auction at its new and centrally located venue in the historic Gateway Club should prove to be the most exciting to date” according to Operations Manager, Sharon Flushing.  “We have some wonderful and unique items with something for just about everyone.” Items to be auctioned include vintage costume jewelry, signed paintings, a Teresa Pennington print, an antique rocking chair, tickets to Dollywood, Ashville’s Lyric Opera and the Biltmore House and even an hour’s electrical service from Robert’s Electric. Proceeds from this event provide Voices with its operating budget for the year.

Since 1996, Voices has toured throughout the United States, Europe and Australia, singing in venues such as the Ryman Auditorium, St Patrick’s Cathedral and the Sydney Opera House.  With choirs ranging from the Treble Makers, comprised of first and second graders to the Concert choir of third through fifth grade, and the Chamber choir of sixth through twelfth grade;

To purchase advance tickets go to or 828.335.2849.

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