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Emmaus Primitive Baptist Church Singing

Thomaston, Georgia

Saturday, March 2, 2019

The annual Sacred Harp singing at Emmaus Primitive Baptist Church held on Saturday before the first Sunday in March was called to order by Oscar McGuire leading 34b. Elder Chris Robinson offered the morning prayer. Oscar McGuire led 59.

The following officers were elected to serve for the day: Chairman—Rosemund Watson; Secretary—David Smead; Arranging—Lisa Bennett.

Leaders: Wayne Watson 68b; Rosemund Watson 503; David Smead 47t; Lisa Bennett 95; Chris Robinson 34t; David Grant 166; Faye Hollis 340, 299; Bert Collins 339, 335; Martha Harrell 178, 515; Winfred Kerr 381, 318.

RECESS

Rosemund Watson called the class to order leading 39t. Leaders: Debora Grosse 288, 354t; Dan Edwards 448b, 29t; Scott Grosse 72b; Jerusha Wheeler 73t, 105; Mary Brownlee 183, 348b; John Plunkett 565, 88t; Karen Edwards 216, 421; Eli Hinton 65, 99; Greta Edwards 77t, 282; John Brownlee 47b, 448t.

LUNCH

Rosemund Watson called the class to order leading 77b (for Charlene Wallace). Leaders: Justin Bowen 497, 350; Glenda Collins 100, 101t; Rebecca Over 466, 436; Hayden Arp 149, 137; Matt Hinton 182, 151; Sandra Wilkinson 378t, 388; Oscar McGuire 229; Wayne Watson 225t; Rosemund Watson 94; David Smead 556; Lisa Bennett 131t; Chris Robinson 30t; Mary Brownlee, John Brownlee, Jason Brownlee, and Beth Hagues 147t; Rebecca Over 42 (for the singers of the Cork Convention); Justin Bowen 360; Debora Grosse and Scott Grosse 45t; Hayden Arp 405; Karen Edwards, Dan Edwards, and Greta Edwards 203; Jerusha Wheeler 358 (by request); Hayden Arp 518 (by request).

Announcements were made. Rosemund Watson led 347 as the closing song. John Brownlee offered the closing prayer.

Chairman—Rosemund Watson; Secretary—David Smead