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We recorded our backing track in the morning with the help of Andrew West (ETA member) on the keyboard, Sam Dimond from Spotlight Sound looking after the recording, Charles Joseph from Emotions in Vision Photography and Harish Patel videographer.
We then used our backing track as an aid to singing The Song to the Ladies as an opening to our luncheon.
More information about this event will continue to be added over the next few weeks Our main meeting continued during the afternoon Linda Palmer took the session for our lady members, who got the first practiced version of our efforts, along with our guests.
A big thank you to all those who attended our special day and to the staff at The County Hotel in Chelmsford for their most excellent service. George's Day Meeting on Tuesday 22nd April 2014 At the County Hotel, Chelmsford with morning and afternoon sessions.Keith will take great care of you at your event and make sure that everything runs in the way that you would like it to, taking the pressure off you, so that you may enjoy your day.Keith works in Essex, London and the surrounding counties and is prepared to travel.In the middle of our day, The English Toastmasters Association Danbury Branch of The Royal Society of St.George enjoyed our The pictures above show ( on the left ) our morning choir practice and recording of our backing track ( on the right ) our members together with Clifford Trowse singing the Masonic Song to the Ladies.