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We have some coming from my first year in teaching in Quincy in 1969." Concert Choir alumni dating to 1969 still are welcome to register for the choir and the weekend's activities, which include rehearsals and a ticketed social event Saturday, Sept. "It's good to bring alumni back to town now because of all the new schools opening," Miller said. It's 'yea us, yea arts in Quincy, yea Quincy music people who are in the trenches,' so to speak, keeping music alive in this community." All proceeds will benefit the next generation of musicians and music teachers through scholarships to summer music camps.1, at the Quincy Country Club; a final rehearsal on Sunday, Sept. Funds will also support music education through the Quincy Public Schools Foundation Circles of Investment in the names of Dan and Pam Sherman and the late Lavern and Joan Wagner.| Submitted Photo Proceeds from “Wondrous; A Quincy Music Story Concert” on Saturday, Sept.2, will benefit the next generation of musicians and music teachers through scholarships through the Quincy Public Schools Foundation Circles of Investment in the names of Dan Sherman, shown below in a 1969 photo, and his wife, Pam.What an amazing, fortunate thing for me," Sherman said. An 80th birthday concert fundraiser by the Wagner family in 2005 for Lavern Wagner spurred hopes for more activities tied to music scholarships, but "life got busy," Miller said.
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Alumni choir participants are asked to pay to cover the cost of music and black folders.
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"We want to raise money to continue the story," Miller said.
Musician connection The concert's story and mission connects two well-known Quincy musicians, Miller's late father, Lavern Wagner, who was a musician and a longtime Quincy College professor, and Sherman, who taught and directed choirs at QHS from 1969 to 2008 and still remains active at the school.