Brad VanWinkle (at microphone) and Eddie Wood lead the singing of old favorites during the Third Annual Community Sing-Along Saturday in the Hendricks Machine Shop building on South Main Street. The event drew about 70 people and featured several talented entertainers. – Photos by Jack Gurner
Concessions were available.
The crowd sang along.
Erik Fearing of First Baptist Church was master of ceremonies. He was accompanied by Lecia Bain.
Jonathan Trotter provided a “bit of classical” with his accompanist Robert McGehee.
Gail Thompson sang a stirring rendition of “America The Beautiful.”
The “Hokey Pokey” was back.
Robert Walker Jr. and The Band provided gathering music.
Saturday’s Third Annual Community Sing-Along drew about 70 people to Main Street and featured several talented entertainers.
One of the “stars” of the show was the Hendricks Machine Shop building that was loaned by owner Bill McGregor.