ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — The Highlands Community Singers will perform at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Gazebo in the municipal yacht harbor.

       The performance, an annual affair, is part of the borough’s Sunday night summer concert series and is open to the open.

       Featured among the old-time, sing-along and patriotic songs are the group’s signature piece, “Happy As a Clam,” and “No Sad Songs,” both composed by the group’s late founder, Art Freilinghaus.

       Also featured will be veteran musical theater performer Rick Makin, who will sing “This Nearly Was Mine” from “South Pacific.”

      The Highlands Community Singers is composed of area residents who also perform at area nursing homes and senior day care centers.


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      It is directed by Louise Donoghue of Atlantic Highlands and accompanied by Thomas Elliott, long-time musical director at Henry Hudson Regional School.

       After Sunday’s concert, the group’s next public performance will be at noon, Saturday, Aug. 2 at the Highlands Clam Fest.

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