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Concerts on tap at museum

What a wonderful concert we had last Sunday. The Rock Hill Alumni Band played Christmas music.

In the absence of Rhonda Pemberton, who was ill, Pat McCoy directed the band. We appreciated everyone who attended.

Today we will have Yokyee Chann, a Chinese exchange student who is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cleary. She is a wonderful pianist and we are looking forward to her program. It starts at 2 p.m.

On Dec. 6, we will have a concert by the praise band at First Baptist Church. The program will feature vocal and instrumental music. It is at 2 p.m. and again we are looking forward to it.

Then on Dec. 13, Sharon Bradshaw and her choir will visit. We truly have some wonderful programs this season.

For those who haven’t tasted our wonderful apple butter, we still have a few jars left. You may pick up a quart when the museum is open Friday, Saturday or Sunday.

Historical fact: (Being a time of thankfulness we do turn ou­r attention to attending a church of our choice. The following information is taken from “Story of the glorious past—one hundred years) the first churches of the city.

There are few phrases that describe Ironton more accurately than “a city of churches.”

Standing on the post office steps, seven churches are within 300 feet in three directions: First Presbyterian, First Methodist, St Lawrence Catholic, St. Paul Lutheran, Christ Episcopal, First Baptist and the old Congregational, now United Brethren.

Naomi Deer, trustee, LCHS