2016 - 2017 Season Contributors

 Concert Master

Jump Start Our Youth
The Unity Foundation
 Section Leader

Judy Armstrong

Current and Past Sponsors

Carleton and Iris Brown
A.C. Inc.
Craig Maker
McFadden's Variety
Gerald and Judy Wood
Bill and Kathryn Anderson
Pat and Milt Fuller
Sandra Sparrow Wilkinson
Dr. and Mrs. William Bromley
Jeanne R. Peacock
Steve and Judy Gay
Cornelia Greaves
Ruth Kimball
Ted and Liz Carter
Elsie and Richard Larson
Drs. Don and Margaret Small
Bill and Linda Kennedy
 Leonard Bowles
Jack R. Glover
Lisa Suarez and Bart Brizee
Carl and Ora Aselton
George and Mary Beth Gaddis
Bob and Stasia Loughlin Marple
Brenda Gillen
Elizabeth Doucette
Jack and Meagan Peterson
Anne Wigglesworth
Joanne Marian
David Charles Carver
Mark Brown and Nancy Lewis
Ann Carter
Wendy Harrington
Faye Carver
Ruth Thurston
Pat Carver
 Anne Perry
Helen's Restaurant of Machias
Thornton and Kathy Land
Walter Getchell
Jane Hinson
Catherine Kotredes
Lucille Larue
Beverly and Ray Nichols Jr. MD
Ed and Rhoda Hodgdon
Drs. David and Ann Simmons
Nancy and Peter Loughlin
Elizabeth and Karl Pingree
Sharon and Harper Dean
Sally Cooper
Steve Calhoun
IBM Corporation Matching Grants Program
Wayne and Gail Peters

- In Memory of Walter Getchell -

There are people in this world who by their human spirit and personal example make a lasting impression on those around them.  Such a person was Walter Getchell, a retired music educator who, with his wife Sue, was a significant influence in the growth of the Washington County Children’s Chorus.  It was through knowing the Getchells that Doug and I gained the courage to stretch our horizons by traveling to Europe, to take challenges and raise the aspirations of our young people in Washington County, and to embrace the excitement of trying to do what should not be able to be done.

Walter always greeted the efforts of the WCCChorus with a smile and an outstretched hand.  He supported with word and deed.  He shared his enthusiasm for young people and music and helped make the WCCChorus what it is today as we plan the WCCChorus’ fourth trip to Europe.

We are forever grateful to Walt and his family for being part of our lives, and to his son Robert for continuing to help our young singers appreciate their own gifts.

- Christine Guy, Founder and Director Washington County Children’s Chorus