SHAMOKIN - The Cecilian Club will present its final concert of the season at 7 p.m. Monday at Mount Zion Welsh Congregational Church on Grant Street. The concert will feature highlights of this season's monthly concerts.

The concert will start with a vocal ensemble composed of Carol Ellis, Margaret Schlader, Grace Stank, Mary Hollingshead, Kathi Christ, Carolyn Weaver, Tom Christ and Rob Ensinger, accompanied by Mary Anne Miller, singing "Everything's Coming Up Roses" from "Gypsy" by Sondheim. This will be followed by Bonny Klinger's piano solo of Mozart's "Fantasia Number 1."

Margaret Morris, accompanied by Nan Weller, will sing "As If We Never Said Goodbye" from "Sunset Boulevard" by Webber. Ensinger and Valerie Rheude will play a French horn and tuba duet, "Duet for Horn and Tuba" by Ensinger. Susan Shoop, accompanied by Miller, will sing "In My Own Little Corner" from "Cinderella" by Rodgers.

Nedra Templar, accompanied by Klinger, will sing "In the Mood" by Garland. Grethel Vinup will follow with a piano solo, "Butterfly" by Grieg. Ellis, accompanied by Klinger, will sing "These Precious Things" by Mayerl. Weller, accompanied by Klinger on piano, will play a flute solo, "Lullaby of Birdland" arranged by Stromgren.

Chris Wetzel, accompanied by Morris, will sing "Sabbath Prayer" from "Fiddler on the Roof" by Bock. Miller, accompanied by Vinup on piano, will play a clarinet solo, "Country Garden" by Grainger. A vocal quartet will follow as Morris, Hollingshead, Bonnie Alleman and Merle Kashner, accompanied by Shoop, sing "Mr. Sandman" by Ballard, arranged by Lojeski. The concert will conclude with a piano/organ duet as Noriene Ladd on organ and Irvin Liachowitz on piano play excerpts from "Concerto in D Minor" by Tschaikowsky.

The public is invited to join the club for this concert which is free of charge. A time of fellowship and refreshments will follow.