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Chorus Voices

Mar 22, 2021

“On any day there are 20 different things that I could do, but I look forward to coming in and helping with Chorus because it's a delight,” says Bill with a smile.

Bill, 78, is a retired teacher of 36 years and now volunteers with Chorus, teaching English at the Chorus Bull Creek Activity Centre.

Some of the...

Feb 15, 2021

Chorus is undergoing some exciting changes to work more locally - to become less of a service provider and more of a facilitator in the community. In this episode we talk to Elli Moody, facilitator of inclusive art programs at Chorus, about the inspiring community engagement that is going on locally in Mandurah.


Dec 21, 2020

We look back on what was memorable in 2020:  taking the plunge to get in the pool; leaving the house to pursue fashion design; and staying connected with the community after a paratrooper accident.  We reflect on how it felt to save a life through a simple gesture of a meal delivery. At the end of 2020 we also welcomed...

Nov 16, 2020

We hit the gardening trail with Chorus gardeners John and Paul to see what it was like helping people in their gardens. While gardening is at the heart of what they do, it is so much more than that.

“We have lovely connections with our customers,” says John.

“It makes us all, as our gardening team goes, dig in and...

Oct 19, 2020

Episode 50 of Chorus Voices celebrates 50 years of Chorus in the community and, as it turns out, it’s our 50th episode!

“Our longest ancestor train traces our lineage back to 1970 when Volunteer Task Force was founded by John and Sandra Penrose," says Dan Minchin.

Volunteer Task Force and then Chorus volunteers Jim...