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Mt. Ebron Church Memorial Singing

Near Double Springs, Alabama

Sunday, November 3, 2013

The 108th session of the Mt. Ebron Sacred Harp Memorial Singing was held on the first Sunday in November. The class was called to order by Richard Mauldin leading 59. The opening prayer was offered by Don Keeton.

Leaders: Richard Mauldin 34b; Don Keeton and Shirley Tidwell 457, 335: Doyce Bailey 565; Faye Donaldson 168, 138t; Kermit Adams 145t, 120; Seth Poston 275b, 108b (for Wendell Wakefield); Gravis Ballinger 110, 112; Earl Ballinger 56t, 139; Betty Baccus 129, 373; Ken Tate 138b, 399b; Linda Sides 442 (in memory of Mary Gardner), 215; Lisa Geist 224, 197; Danny Creel 56b, 34t; Larry Ballinger 202, 228; Roma Rice 273 (for Jayne Fulmer, who is sick), 460.

The class was organized by retaining the same officers as follows: Chairman—Richard Mauldin; Vice Chairman—Don Keeton; Secretary—Jayne Fulmer; Acting Secretary and Arranging Officer—Margaret Keeton.

RECESS

The class was called back to order by Don Keeton leading 406 and 134. Leaders: Lisa Geist and Steve Adams 331, 378t; Jack Pate 152, 535; Amber Davis 206, 380; Seth Poston 89, 157 (for Wendell Wakefield); Doyce Bailey 68b; Danny Creel 500, 294, 269; Faye Donaldson 430, 270; Larry Ballinger 268, 431; Lisa Geist 472, 394; Linda Sides 142, 225t.

LUNCH

Richard Mauldin led 43 (in memory of Josie Hyde) to begin the afternoon session. Leaders: Richard Mauldin 446; Earl Ballinger 213t, 513; Doyce Bailey 147t, 143; Amber Davis 499, 192; Betty Baccus 135, 349; Jack Pate 145b, 49b; Roma Rice 299; Gravis Ballinger 314; Steve Adams and Amber Davis 101t.

Announcements were made. Richard Mauldin and Don Keeton led 62 as the closing song. Jack Pate offered the closing prayer.

Chairman—Richard Mauldin; Vice Chairman—Don Keeton; Acting Secretary—Margaret Keeton