Can They Hear You?

Can They Hear You? Printer Friendly Version By Marilyn Chandler (March/April 2006) There may be a member of the choir that never seems to know what measure the choir is ringing; has to ask again just after the explanation has been given what technique is to be used in...

Creating Your Handbell Musician’s Handbook

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Budgeting for Not-For-Profit Organizations

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The Challenge of Selecting Ringers: Auditions for Community Groups

by Janet VanValey There is nothing a community choir does that has a larger impact on its future than the selection of members. This resource discusses components of an audition and assesment of ringing skills. It also includes drills to use during the audition...

Speak to Your Audience – The Art of Successful Programming

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Fundraising for Community Groups: Now and Later 

by Sherry Graham Some ideas to get you started on the road to bringing funds into your organization. I doubt that anyone ever founded or joined a community handbell ensemble in order to be able to spend more time having bake sales and car washes and attempting to...