‘Songs of Yesteryear’ to benefit hunger program

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BRUNSWICK — Ron Carroll and Friends will perform songs of the 1950s, including the “Tennessee Waltz,” “Old Cape Cod,” “Goodnight, Irene” and “Shangri La,” in the sixth annual “Songs of Yesteryear” concert on Sunday, May 16.

The 2 p.m. performance in Brunswick High School’s Crooker Theater will benefit the Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program.

Included in the cast are Neal Donovan IV, Neal Donovan V, Patrick Donovan, Ann Glover, Rick Horton, Tracy Kapocius, Marcelle LaChance, Mike Millett, Audrey Petteruti, Dan Konieczko and Pam Tondreau.

The group No Divas will also perform several numbers. Members are Mel Banton, Sue Blakemore, Evelyn Bryant, Marilyn Crandlemire, Sue Dube, Claire Holmblad, Joline LaChance, Nancy Laitala, Faye Scherzer and Marina Singer.

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Special guest performers include Anabelle Gardiner, Linda Gardiner, Joline LaChance, Judith Mitchell and Ben Proctor. Mike Millett’s dog, Moses, will make a special appearance.

The show is directed by Pam Tondreau. Henry Eichman is in charge of lighting and sound. Ron Carroll, who will accompany the singers on piano, is the production’s overall music and artistic director.

Tickets, $10 in advance, are available at Hannaford’s and Gulf of Maine Books. Tickets will be $12 at the door. For more information, call the hunger prevention program at 725-2716 or Carroll at 725-6558.

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