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Zion Hill Primitive Baptist Church

Douglas, Alabama

Sunday, March 17, 2013

The annual Sacred Harp singing at Zion Hill Primitive Baptist Church, Douglas, Alabama, was held on the third Sunday in March. The class was called to order by Susan Harcrow leading 32t, 63, and 59. Elder Stoney Dorning welcomed the class, and offered the opening prayer.

Leaders: Jackson Harcrow 87, 47t; Jackie Tanner 48t, 129; Marty Wootten 36b; Delone Cobbs 38b, 40; Angela Myers 513, 168; Henry Johnson 288, 418; Sarah Jenkins 155, 297; Rodney Ivey 203, 267; Karen Rollins 42 (for Bud Oliver), 47b.

RECESS

Jackson Harcrow led 30t and 108t to bring the class back to order. Leaders: B.M. Smith 475, 350; Ernestine Parker 503, 147t; Jamey Wootten 313t; Elsie Moon 434, 460; Susan Cherones 107, 278t; David Light 200, 318; Jared Wootten 441; Cheyenne Ivey 222, 56t.

RECESS

Dennis George brought the class back together by leading 213t and 358. Aaron Wootten led 414. Susan Harcrow spoke, and led 50t in memory of Melba Kinney and Geraldine Spears, and in honor of Dot Foster, Mary Gene Cornelius, Robbie Whitten, and Mary Jim Brown.

Leaders: Hayden Wootten 565; Reba Windom 283, 373; Judy Caudle 207, 343 (in memory of Lonnie and Vivian Rogers); Wayne Reed 566; Scott Ivey 73t.

LUNCH

The afternoon session began with Jackson Harcrow leading 76b. Leaders: Cathy Williams 142, 209; Loyd Ivey 498, 496; Sharon DuPriest 274t, 300; Terry Wootten 465 (CB); Cindy Tanner 336, 389; Shane Wootten 114, 170; Chita Blakeley 454; Butch White 86, 34b; Maci Gouvitsa and Jackson Harcrow 45t, 354b; Larry Lambert and Helen Lambert 332, 285t; Phil Brothers 236; Susan Harcrow and Loyd Ivey 426b, 384.

Following announcements, Susan Harcrow and Jackson Harcrow led 46 as the closing song. Jackson Harcrow offered the closing prayer.

Chairman—Jackson Harcrow; Secretary—Susan Harcrow