Maine-ly Harmony Chorus, front from left, are Janet Dunham, Betty Avery, Martha Tait, Dotti Meyer and Barbara Combs; second row, Candace Pepin, Peg Dubrow, Donna Ryder and Nancie Hugenbruch; third row, Judy Labonte, Lynn Rogers, Kathy Joyce, Nancy Bossie, and Lea Davis; and fourth row, Anne Danforth, Barbara Sylvester-Pellett, Cathy Anderson, Blythe Edwards and Sue Staples. Contributed photo

Maine-ly Harmony, an a cappella women’s chorus directed by Kathy Greason, invites women and girls of all ages to join its weekly rehearsals from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays via Zoom.

The chorus meets virtually because of the pandemic.

Members hail from several counties around the state, singing the barbershop style of four-part harmony. The chorus has performed for a Portland Sea Dogs game, as well as opening the Legislative session at the State House in Augusta with the National Anthem.

The chorus has helped numerous organizations to raise funds, including the Maine Autism Society, the Westport Fire Department and Lisbon Area Christian Outreach food pantry, and have contributed to events such as Senior Spectrum’s Lifestyle Expo at the Augusta Civic Center and the Togus Veterans Administration’s 9/11 commemorative services.

They have performed at the Marsh River Summer Theater in Brooks, the Waterville Opera House, Jewett Hall on the UMA campus, and the Sawyer Foundation in Greene.

The chorus offers its musical programs to church and civic group organizations, and for the residents of retirement, veterans’ and nursing homes throughout the state.

To learn more about the chorus, call Lea Davis at 207-622-1273 or Nancie Hugenbruch at 207-293-4779.