Good Enough To Share is probably one of the most valuable local programs because our viewership, your neighbors ask us to share content they think is important to know or experience. This weekend we will be blessed by the efforts of Brattleboro Community TV who had captured the 13th Annual Collegiate A Capella Concert held Feb 6 featuring the Yale Society of Orpheus and Bacchus, Tufts Amalgamates, Dartmouth Aires, Skidmore Dynamics, Castleton Vocal Unrest and Tufts Beelzebubs.
This program 13th Annual Collegiate A Capella Concert is scheduled as TV for Friday, Feb 19th beginning at 8:30 PM and the 20th at 9 PM. The duration is 2 hours 15 minutes. Enjoy.
Three neighbors got the following Thanks from WPAA-TV. Irma Zola, David Burghardt, Lisa Catherine.
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