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Stories of Mountain Folk

This Weeks Program

Description for July 25, 2015


Storytelling: Amy gives you another episode of her early married life with “Thin Air.” (Music:  Background Music: “Angles from the Realms of Glory”)

Creative Corner:  Doreyl ’s guest is Conrad Burrell from Sylva.  He talks about serving the public of Jackson County as Register of Deeds, County Commissioner, and is now on the Board of Trustees for Southwestern Community College.    (Music: “Boil Them Cabbage” by Kort & Beth McCumber)

Stories of Mountain Folk: Amy interviews Susan Hirsh, who talks about the history of her family in Macon County.  (Music: “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” by Andrew and Lawrence)

Let Us March On: Mary Sue Casey interviews Reverend Cyritha West, from Franklin, who started God’s Holy Tabernacle in 1998.(Music: “Walk With Me”  by Stella Moore)

Down Another Road: Judy shares some of her poetry of summer—part of her heritage. (Music:In the Good Old Summertime” a Patriotic favorite)

Closing Song: “Rose of My Heart” The Whitstein Brothers

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Elizabeth Powell  Books For Growth

Conrad Burrell

Susan Hirsh

 Reverend

 Cyritha West

Judy Rhodes

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