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Winston County Convention

Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Church, Double Springs, Alabama

Sunday, September 25, 2011

The Winston County Convention was held at Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Church in Double Springs, Alabama, on the fourth Sunday in September. Kermit Adams called the class to order leading 32t and 43. Ottis Sides offered the morning prayer.

The class was organized with the following officers elected or appointed to serve: Chairman—Kermit Adams; Arranging Committee—Margaret Keeton; Secretary—Roma Rice.

Leaders: Margaret Keeton 63, 129; Roma Rice 490, 45b; Doug Clapp and Sara Clapp 159, 457; Don Keeton 390, 317b, 76b; Betty Baccus 418, 145b; Theresa Westmoreland 39t (in memory of her father), 348b (in memory of her mother); Emily Adams 337, (for Azalee Adams and Merril Adams), 68b (for Dawson and Edith Adams).

RECESS

Kermit Adams called the class back to order leading 46. Leaders: Gravis Ballinger 77t, 120; Steve Adams and Lisa Geist 331, 378t; Stella Pratt 155; Glenn Keeton, Matthew Keeton, and Isabella Keeton 30t, 108t, 163b, 178; Ottis Sides 235, 480; Josie Hyde 99; Tim Gilmore 203, 430, 300; Lisa Geist 394, 171.

LUNCH

Don Keeton called the class back to order leading 145t. Leaders: Lena Keeton 111b, 512, 282 (in memory of Cecil Wakefield); Linda Sides 270, 225t; Larry Ballinger 197, 438; Earl Ballinger 439, 441, 177; Faye Donaldson 176b, 168; Parnell Berry 280, 373; Sara Berry 445, 72b (for Dawson and Edith Adams); Larry Ballinger 472,150; Earl Ballinger 112; Lisa Geist 540, 327; Theresa Westmoreland 192; Linda Sides 448t; Ottis Sides 527; Earl Ballinger 500; Emily Jones 143 (for her niece, Janice); Kermit Adams 565.

Announcements were made. Kermit Adams led 456 as the closing song. Glenn Keeton dismissed the class with prayer.

Chairman—Kermit Adams; Secretary—Roma Rice