2010-07-15 / Family

Open Mic Night Held


The crowd keeps growing at the Warfordsburg senior Citizen's open mic night. New faces dotted the audience Saturday evening as Richard Duley stepped into his “Blue Suede Shoes” and sang his Elvis rendition. Teri Betts, accompanied by her husband, Ray, sang a stirring version of an all-time favorite, “Will The Circle Be Unbroken.” She also played the mandolin as backup for other singers. Catherine Beatty and Jack Wink shared a musical jug of “Good Ol’ Mountain Dew.” They also sang several solos. Refreshments were available all evening, including fresh strawberry pie. Florence “Pearl” Wilkerson of Hancock was the winner of the picnic basket filled with supplies. The next open mic night is scheduled for Saturday, August 14, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Everyone is invited to come and share his or her talents at this special event. The crowd keeps growing at the Warfordsburg senior Citizen's open mic night. New faces dotted the audience Saturday evening as Richard Duley stepped into his “Blue Suede Shoes” and sang his Elvis rendition. Teri Betts, accompanied by her husband, Ray, sang a stirring version of an all-time favorite, “Will The Circle Be Unbroken.” She also played the mandolin as backup for other singers. Catherine Beatty and Jack Wink shared a musical jug of “Good Ol’ Mountain Dew.” They also sang several solos. Refreshments were available all evening, including fresh strawberry pie. Florence “Pearl” Wilkerson of Hancock was the winner of the picnic basket filled with supplies. The next open mic night is scheduled for Saturday, August 14, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Everyone is invited to come and share his or her talents at this special event.

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