Golden Gate Boys Choir and Bell Ringers to perform in Antioch. ANTIOCH — The highly acclaimed Golden Gate Boys Choir and Bell Ringers, under the direction of Steven Meyer, will return to St. Ignatius Church on Friday for an evening of music for Advent and Christmas. This is the third and culminating concert in the annual Friends of Music series. The candlelight performance will feature great musical works composed for boy’s voices and bells. Don Pearson, musical director at St. Ignatius and organist, will perform on the Rodgers Trillium Masterpiece Pipe/Digital organ.
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LIONS stands for Liberty, Intelligence, Our Nation’s Safety, and its motto is “We Serve.”. Field and Flynn will be presented the ninth annual Lotus Award that is given to individuals who had provided a significant contribution to the nonprofit. Field, of Foster City, joined the Auxiliary in 1994 and served as president in 1998-2000, 2005-2006, and 2010-2011. Flynn, formerly a Hillsborough resident and now of Aptos, joined the Auxiliary in 1999 and served as president from 2002 to 2004.