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Phone: 254-541-4666


About Carol Scherer, Director:

Carol has been director of Chisholm Trail Chorus since 1997 and was the assistant director for 16 years prior to that. She became a certified Sweet Adeline Director in 1993. Carol has held numerous positions in the local chorus, including serving on the Music Staff and Board of Directors.

She is coordinator for the Directors Certification Program for Region 10, is a Regional faculty member and has served as Director's Coordinator for the Region 10 Management Team.  She was honored with the 2014 Hall of Fame Award by the Regional Management Team of Great Gulf Coast Region 10.

Carol also is the Director of Music Ministries at The First United Methodist Church in Belton, Texas, a position she has held for more than 20 years. Prior to that she was assistant director of music and played the organ and piano at worship services. In addition, Carol teaches private voice lessons and is a quartet and chorus voice coach. She has an Associate Degree in Sacred Music from Perkins Theology School at Southern Methodist University. Carol also sings with Rich-Tone Chorus in Dallas.


Text Box: Congratulations to our director
Carol Scherer

2014 Great Gulf Coast Region 10 
Hall of Fame recipient

About Vicki Davis, Assistant Director:


Vicki was named assistant director of the chorus in May 2016; she has been a Sweet Adeline since 1998.  She has held numerous positions in the chorus including Music Team, Board of Directors and Financial Manager.


In her real life, she has been employed by the Texas State Soil & Water Conservation Board for 36 years.  She is a wife, mother and grandmother – just ask her about those grand kids and she’ll fill you in.


Her musical experience before Sweet Adelines was limited to piano lessons and church/school choirs but the moment she heard the chorus sing a few measures at a Thursday rehearsal she was hooked.  She has attended virtually every regional event since she joined and has been soaking up everything she can for years.  She feels very honored to be serving as assistant director.