Front page: Tulsa choir performs its first public concert

By Dave Havir

TULSA, Okla.--Fellowship Choir Ministries of Mounds, Okla., performed a public concert Wednesday, Aug. 27. More than 60 people attended the concert, which took place in the building owned by the Tulsa Church of God.

Fellowship Choir Ministries, comprised of people from various Church of God congregations in the Tulsa area, sings at church services of Sabbath-keeping congregations in Oklahoma and nearby states.

This was the first time for the choir to play host to a concert that was advertised in the secular news media.

"We have served the community by singing at hospitals, nursing homes and private homes of those who are bedridden," said choir director Ray Kurr of Mounds. "But this is the first time we hosted a concert open to the public. We plan to schedule a concert every six months."

To add variety to this particular concert, Mr. Kurr invited Mike Mayfield of Jasonville, Ind., to perform as a guest soloist.

Members of the choir are David Andrews, Eve Andrews, James Andrews, Ken Barton, Glenda Barton, David Daniels, Diana Davis, Charrie Dugger, Luann Harris, Fran Hope, Maxine Kappel, Brittney Kurr, Natalie Mackey, Derinda Smith and Lucille Smith. The sound technician was Mike Smith.

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