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Take 4


 Contact:   take4sings@gmail.com


 Awards:    2016 Region 5 - Regional Quartet Competition - Third Place Quartet Award

                   2015 Region 5 -  Regional Quartet Competition - Fourth Place Quartet Award

                   2014 Region 5 -  Regional Quartet Competition - Fifth Place Quartet Award


Take 4 Quartet





















 A Meld of Laughter and Harmony, Fun and Friendship!


                 Lead - Chasey Rembecki

                         Tenor - Melissa VanHousen

                                  Baritone - Kristin Drummond-Mance

                                         Bass - Wendy Spilker


Take 4 is an energetic group of tireless women who love to laugh, sing and perform.  Shortly after they formed a spirited quartet in January of 2014, the motivated foursome earned a Fifth Place Region 5 medal at their first regional competition in April of the same year.  In June of 2014, the quartet welcomed their new tenor, Melissa Van-Heusen.  Within the Sweet Adelines International organization, Take 4 proudly represents the Kansas City Chorus, St. Louis Harmony Chorus, and Chapters-at-Large.  They look forward to a lively and entertaining future performing for a variety of audiences, as well as continuing to perfect their craft through competition, singing four part a capella harmony in the Bargershop style.








Maintained  by Dianne Duncan                                                        Last Update 08/09/2016 dsd