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Bringing Sacred Harp to the Midlands Singing

The Charleville Centre and St. Catherine’s Church,
County Offaly, Ireland

Saturday, April 21, 2018

The singing was held at the Charleville Centre, Tullamore, County Offaly, Ireland, and St. Catherine’s Church, Hop Hill, Tullamore, County Offaly, Ireland. The class was called to order by Dermot Peel leading 146. Welcome and introductory remarks were given by Dermot Peel.

Leaders: Amanda Parkes 72b; Lisa O’Grady 42; Niamh Madigan 99; Sinead Hanrahan 212; Enid Crowe 45t; Colleen Jones 171; Ailish McMahon 376; Ciara Cady 277; Aoife O’Grady 400; Helen Peake 78; Dara Desmond 204; Dermot Murray 77t; Ewa Lichnerowicz 385b; Rosalind Woods 319; Katie Ahern 318; Claire Lacombe 268; Laurie Skelton 196; Kevin Kennedy 418; John O’Flynn 472; Mike Morrisroe 488; Stephanie Malpass 528; Sarah Shiel 47b.


Singers moved to St. Catherine’s Church. Dermot Peel called the class back to order leading 49b. Leaders: Amanda Parkes 38b; Niamh Madigan 501; Lisa O’Grady 28b; Kevin Kennedy 28t; John O’Flynn 176b; Ewa Lichnerowicz 278t; Mike Morrisroe 34t; Sinead Hanrahan 313b.


Singers returned to the Charleville Centre. Sinead Hanrahan called the class back to order leading 155. Leaders: Ailish McMahon 133; Ciara Cady, Aoife O’Grady, and Lisa O’Grady 39t; Helen Peake 43; Katie Ahearn 475; Isolda 274t; Ewa Lichnerowicz 86; Claire Lacombe 361; Rosalind Woods 275t; Dermot Murray 209; Dara Desmond 189; Kevin Kennedy 572; Mike Morrisroe 182; Dermot Peel 143; Stephanie Malpass 546; Lisa O’Grady 278b; Amanda Parkes 495; Sarah Shiel 344; Niamh Madigan 353.

Dermot Peel made closing announcements, and thanked everyone for attending. Dermot Peel led 335 as the closing song, and the class was dismissed.

Chairman—Dermot Peel; Secretary—Niamh Madigan