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Tab Choir party

Christmas party.

Every year, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir throws a big “company party”. I call it my work party, although technically, I don’t work for the choir, in that I don’t get paid. But, employee or not, it’s a great company party. We all gather at the Grand America Hotel. dressed up fancy.


Here we are in front of the giant gingerbread house. You can’t see, but I did my hair up all fancy in the back. I should have taken a picture of THAT.

The company is great. While there are over 1300 people at this party, we only really interact with our little table of 10. We sat with other bell people. You can’t really see Ryan’s name tag, but his name for the evening was “Sven Erickson”. I believe last year he was ‘Dirk’. I guess he just likes to change things up a bit.

Here’s our main course, which was chicken, steak, asparagus, and a little loaf of stuffing with sweet potatoes on top. Very fancy!

For dessert, there was a lemon pudding thing and a chocolate thing. Ryan had the lemon and I had the chocolate. Both were yummy, but mine was slightly better.

President Monson didn’t speak to us this year, but he was there, up at the head table. I tried to get a picture, but I was WAY on the side, and it didn’t turn out.

It’s such a nice evening and I feel so blessed to be able to associate with all the wonderful and talented people in this group.

We even checked out the FANCY new toy store at the Grand America hotel.
Here I am with Maurice the penguin.

As company parties go, it’s a good one.

3 Comments

  1. Makes me wish I was part of your group! Love fancy meals! Its good you could enjoy it with Sven. I bet that got lots of laughs.

  2. Fun and fancy, a great combo. I’ll have to remember the name change idea at Paul’s work party next year.

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