The High Country Barbershop Chorus

The High Country Barbershop Chorus is the Barbershop Harmony Society Far Western District White Mountains Chapter. It was originated in the year 2000 by Carl (Doc) Dockendorf.  Jerry had worked with Doc at Motorola since the mid 1960s and until both retired in 1997 / 1998.  Jerry joined the new chorus in 2002 and was very active through 2019. He served on the chapter board of directors for many years and acted as president for two years, helped build sets for many of the annual chorus shows, designed and still maintains the chorus web site, edited and published the monthly newsletters for many years, etc. It has been a major and very enjoyable hobby. Jerry sings lead in the chorus and also sang in the “Ponderosa Pines” quartet for a couple of years.

If you would like to know more about the Chorus, there are links below that will show you appropriate pages out of the Chorus web site without leaving this site. If you want to go deeper you can go to the Chorus web site; however, it will take you to another web site –

The following link will take you to a page that shows “portraits” of the Chorus over the years. Jerry was not able to sing in either show in 2019 but was able to take photos of both events. The link is:

For many years the Chorus has performed road clean up on one mile of  Woolford road. We actually have license number 1 from our city for that activity. The following link shows the work crew for many of these road clean ups:

The following link is a copy of the “History” menu item from the Chorus web site. It contains links to the history of many activities of the chorus that might be of interest. However, clicking on links on this page will mean that you leave this web site. You can probably return to this site by clicking on the return arrow on the page being viewed. The first link on this page will take you to an even earlier version of the chorus web that goes back much further.

The “Ponderosa Pines Quartet singing in the Feb. 2020 “Singing Valentines” event
                               Mick, Tenor;                                   Jerry, Lead;                        Jim, Bass;                                  Don, Baritone