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Catch the Spirit of Appalachia has produced a CD of out-takes from my storytelling here on Stories of Mountain Folk as an ongoing fundraiser for the cash prizes given to the young people who enter the "Heritage Alive! Mountain Youth Talent Contest.” No participant goes away empty-handed!  There are 14 stories on the CD, such as “And the Wolves Howl at night,” “Rain on a Tin Roof,” “Daddy Waltzed With Mother,” “Walking up the Mountain with Grandpa” and many more.  Take this opportunity to purchase the CD, and together we will encourage the youth to know and appreciate our mountain musical heritage!  The CD is only $9.95 including postage.  

A collection of stories by Amy Ammons Garza

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Thanks Amy