SHAMOKIN - The Cecilian Club will present a concert at 7 p.m. Monday at First United Methodist Church

This month's concert theme is "D-lightful," with all selections beginning with the letter "D," by a composer whose name starts with "D" or written in the key of D.

The concert will start with a vocal duet as Margaret Schlader and Susan Shoop, accompanied by Mary Anne Miller, sing Barry Manilow's "Daybreak." Grethel Vinup will follow with a piano solo, Bach's "No. 3 Invention." Beverly Petrovich will sing "It's De-Lovely" from Cole Porter's "Red, Hot and Blue." She will be accompanied by Nan Weller.

Next will be an organ solo as Noriene Ladd plays Bach's "March in D." Rob Ensinger will follow with a vocal solo, "Take Me Home, Country Roads" by Danoff, Nivert and Denver. Ensinger will be accompanied by Bonny Klinger. Miller will peform a clarinet solo, "Duet" (Song without Words, Opus 38) by Mendelssohn, withg accompaniment by Vinup.

"Don't Get Around Much Anymore" by Ellington will be presented by Grace Stank, Schlader, Carolyn Weaver, Kathi Christ, Ensinger and Tom Christ, accompanied by Weller. Klinger will follow with a piano solo, Dino's arrangement of "My Tribute."

"Star Dust" by Carmichael will follow as Petrovich, Martha Lynch and Miller sing, accompanied by Vinup. The concert will conclude with a piano/organ duet, Demarest's "Ave Varie" with Ladd on organ and Margaret Morris on piano.

Everyone is invited to join the club for this concert, which is free of charge.