The MetroTones Pop Chorus

Greater Moncton's Largest Chorus Since 2001

                                             CHRISTMAS CONCERT 2016 SOLD OUT!        


MetroTones Christmas Concert:

Third sell out in the last three years!!!

Well another successful night at the Wesleyan Celebration Centre. The MetroTones gave out in total approximately $27,000 tonight. Karing Kitchen and Ray of Hope kitchen both received a donation of $1,000 each. The Food Depot Alimentaire received 5,200 lbs of food which is worth approximately $15,600 and a cheque for $10,000 dollars. The MetroTones were thrilled when they heard the totals, this is going to help a lot of needy people this time of year. The MetroTones had a blast singing to a full house. Thanks to all who every year support us and in turn the needy. 

The MetroTones for the last 15 years since they started with benefit concerts have raised over a quarter of a million dollars for charity!

Merry Christmas to all our supporters!!!
Did you miss it? Here is a sample of what you missed:



                                             Cheque and Food Presentations:

MetroTones Director, Peter Butler (left) presents a cheque for $10,000 to Dale Hicks, President of the Food Depot Alimentaire 

5200 lbs of food equates to $15,600 

Left to Right: Phyllis Perry and Elsa Sage of the Karing Kitchen Board of Directors receive a $1000 cheque from Chorus Assistant Director, Pat Dickie


Accepting the cheque from the Chorus Co-Director, Pat Dickie, is Manager of the Ray of Hope Needy Kitchen, Greg Fennell.