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Oak Grove Primitive Baptist Church

Alpharetta, Georgia

Saturday, April 21, 2001

The annual Sacred Harp singing at Oak Grove Primitive Baptist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia was held on Saturday before the fourth Sunday in April.

Loy Garrison brought the class to order leading song on page 59. Elder Bobby Cagle led the morning prayer. Loy Garrison led song on page 129; and John Plunkett led songs on pages 330b, 300, and 230.

The class organized with the following officers elected or appointed to serve: Chairman—Loy Garrison; Vice Chairman—John Plunkett; Secretary—Dorothy Garrison.

Leaders: Loy Garrison 74 (t? b?); Ray Richards 153, 72b, 354b; Elder Bobby Cagle 46, 43, 49b; David Yeager 49t, 47b, 45t, 40; Richard DeLong 44, 123 (t? b?), 121.

RECESS

John Plunkett brought the class to order leading song on page 31t. Leaders: Judy Mincey 410t, 475, 35; Jeannette DePoy 89, 122, 304; Lee Rogers 335, 528; Helen Bryson 139, 542, 72t; Laura Ackerman 73 (t? b?), 338; Don Polaski 47t, 350, 352; Sandra Polaski 168, 142.

LUNCH

Loy Garrison brought the afternoon session to order leading songs on pages 99 and 498. Leaders: Elder Bobby Cagle 39b; John Plunkett 544, 34b; David Yeager 574; Don Polaski 56b, 454; Laura Ackerman 290, 61; Sandra Polaski 155, 84; Judy Mincey 571, 572; Alice West 288, 66, 503.

Richard DeLong gave the memorial lesson, and led songs on pages 293 and 381 for the following deceased: Jack Smith, Jack Corley, Mary Lou Cagle, and Doris DeLong. Elder Charles Cagle closed the memorial with prayer.

Leaders: Jeannette DePoy 411, 426t; Lee Rogers 163t, 415; Helen Bryson 175, 299; Ray Richards 490.

Loy Garrison and John Plunkett led song on page 62 as the closing song. Elder Bobby Cagle dismissed the class with prayer.

Chairman—Loy Garrison; Vice Chairman—John Plunkett; Secretary—Dorothy Garrison.