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Lee Rogers Memorial Christian Harmony Singing

Home of John and Elsie Hollingsworth, Ila, Madison County, Georgia

Saturday, September 14, 2019

The 11th annual Lee Rogers Memorial Singing was held on Saturday before the third Sunday in September. All song selections were from The Christian Harmony, 2010 Edition. Billy Hollingsworth welcomed the class and led 21 and 230b. John Hollingsworth offered the opening prayer.

Leaders: Andy Morse 546t, 432b; Christy Sinksen 548; Robert Kelley 86b, 511; Helen Bryson 131, 67t; Jennifer McDaniel 87; Nathan Rees 263, 354; Mary Baumeister 66t, 86t (for Kitty Reusch); Mildred Chandler 188, 189; John Plunkett 535 (for Rene Greene and family), 525; Nicholas Thompson 93, 80; Ben Chandler 51, 369.

RECESS

Bill Hollingsworth called the class back together leading 214. Leaders: Chris Wilhelm 60, 397b (for Judy Mincey); Mike Spencer 410b, 401b; Justin Bowen 322, 176; Terry Chandler 110, 126; John Hollingsworth 63t, 204t; Andy Morse 276, 546b.

LUNCH

Bill Hollingsworth led 26t to begin the afternoon session. Leaders; Christy Sinksen 136, 147; Robert Kelley 229, 211b; Nathan Rees 8, 54; Mary Baumeister 127, 516; John Plunkett 472b, 462t; Nicholas Thompson 149, 307; Shannon Primm 150, 374; Chris Wilhelm 363, 485; Mike Spencer 448t, 310t; Justin Bowen 64, 455t; John Hollingsworth 341; Billy Hollingsworth 209; Andy Morse 190, 67b; Christy Sinksen 55t, 55b; Robert Kelley 250t; Mary Baumeister 250b (for David Yeager); John Plunkett 409b; Shannon Primm 288 (for her mother); Chris Wilhelm 308; Mike Spencer 163b.

After announcements of upcoming singings, Billy Hollingsworth led 23b as the closing song. Christy Sinksen offered the closing prayer.

Acting Chairman—Billy Hollingsworth; Vice Chairman—Michael Spencer; Secretary—Helen Bryson