Chenille Sisters Perform at CMU Gillingham Auditorium

Presented by the Beaver Island Cultural Arts Association, the Chenille Sisters took Beaver Islanders and visitors on a rollicking ride of close harmony singing featuring a unique blend of funny, wise and vibrant songwriting and show-womanship. The concert was held in the Central Michigan University Gillingham Auditorium, starting at 7 p.m. on October 6, 2007. CDs were available for sale in the lobby during intermission. A donation basket was placed in the back of the hall near the door.

Transportation from town was arranged for anyone who might not have the ability to get out to CMU.

Thank you to our volunteer drivers, Pete and Matt, and to CMU for the use of the vans.

Thank you to Joddy Croswhite for the excellent sound system and adjustments.

Thank you to Keith and Rachel Teague for flying the Chenilles to the Island.

Thank you to Jayne Bailey the MC.

Thank you to CMU for the wonderful facility and for opening up for this performance.

The audience waits for the program to begin.

The Chenilles performed wonderful close harmonies and made everyone laugh and laugh and laugh.

Obviously, from these pictures, the audience enjoyed the performance.

During intermission, the Sisters posed for this pictures next to the CMU seal.

At the finale, the Sisters used props and got an audience member to join them.

Buster Elms joins the Chenilles for the finale.

The Chenilles were fantastic performers and we hope to have them back on the Island in the future.