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Issue 15: December 2006
Crown Law Choristers Celebrate Christmas Print E-mail

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2006 Choir entertaining crowds in the State Law Building foyer.

The Crown Law Choir, supported by a string duo, wowed crowds of staff and visitors alike as Christmas carols filled the foyer of the State Law Building during morning performances earlier this month.

The Choir, led by Lydia Daly, has been rehearsing both traditional and Australian Christmas carols, in four-part harmony, since August. Listeners showed their appreciation by donating over $600 to the ‘The Bush Connection’, an Oz Care project, to raise funds to help rural families facing financial difficulties.

Formed in September 2002, the original 11 member Choir has grown to 28 choristers and two cellists. This year, the choir was constituted by not only Crown Law staff but also members from other sections of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General and the Courts, including His Honour Judge Botting DCJ, the Crown Solicitor, Conrad Lohe, and several associates from the District, Supreme and Federal Courts.

The Choir broadened their exposure this year and also performed in the Banco Court for the annual Christmas Greeting Ceremony on 13 December 2006.

Lisbeth Elvery
Manager, Marketing and Communications
Crown Law Ph: 3239 6958

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Lisa Davidson, Clare Finter, Catherine Arscott, Joanna Murray, Harmony Adams, Geoff Renton, Andrew Hall, Christopher Maxwell and Duncan Watson.
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From left: Michelle Kleinig, Duncan Watson, Clare Finter, Jessica Arscott, Joanna Murray, Catherine Arscott, Andrew Hall, Harmony Adams, Duncan Watson, Geoff Renton, Steven Hogg, Christopher Maxwell, Scott Malcolmson, David Chesterman, Margaret Lawrence and Trudi Hart.
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From left: Andrew Hall, Duncan Watson, Geoff Renton, Conrad Lohe, Christopher Maxwell, Scott Malcolmson, David Chesterman, Margaret Lawrence and Trudi Hart.

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