Just For Fun Singersof Salem, Oregon

of Salem, Oregon


We are a group of approximately 90+ seniors living in the mid-Willamette Valley. We travel to retirement centers, civic groups, and community events here in Willamette Valley. One of our highlight events is our Christmas concert, performed in the rotunda of our State Capitol each year.

Just For Fun Singers 2013 Tour

Theme: One Nation … Indivisible

July 17th through July 21st
Destination: Olympia, Washington

The musical selections will include: "American Pride,” words and Music by Jill Gallina; "God Bless America,” words and music by Irving Berlin, arranged by Joseph Martin; "Festive Call To Freedom,” words by Joseph Martin, based on as traditional Shaker hymn, arranged with additional music by Joseph Martin; selections from "The Music Man,” by Meredith Willson, arranged by Clay Warnick; and "This Is My Country,” words by Don Raye, music by Al Jacobs, arranged by Moses Hogan.

Leaving Salem 6:42 a.m on Wednesday, July 17th.by AMTRAK; arriving Olympia 10:22a.m. Bus to hotel. Staying at the Phoenix Hotel (downtown Olympia) (Breakfast included) Banquet Friday night 4 or 5 Possible gigs Wednesday evening, Thursday and Friday. Saturday (play-day) Sunday worship service; board AMTRAK for Salem Sunday July 21st at 3:34p.m. Arrive Salem 7:22p.m Transportation to the gigs by charter bus.

The 50 States That Rhyme Song

Tune: Turkey in the Straw

Alabama, and Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas
California, Colorado, Co-nnecticut and more
Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho
Illinois, Indi-a-na, I-o-wa ...35 to go...

Kansas, and Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine
Maryland, Massachusetts and good old Michigan
Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, and Montana
Nebraska's 27, number 28's Nevada

Next, New Hampshire, and New Jersey, and way down, New Mexico
There's New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio
Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, now let's see
Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee

Texas and there's Utah, Vermont, I'm almost through
Virginia and there's Washington, and West Virginia, too
Could Wisconsin be the last state or is it just 49?
No, Wyoming is the last state in The 50 States That Rhyme!