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August Singtacular event!!!
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SEPT 11 THANK YOU!
August Singtacular event!!!
A few more goodies from August!
SWEETIE YOU MUST KNOW MORE ABOUT ROXY THE RED HATTER HORSE
Past Events, you should have been there honey!
Red Hatter of the Month
Come meet the ladies, sugar!
Long Live The Queen!!
JOIN IN THE FUN-how to be a part of the Queen City Red Hatters
PLACES YOU GOTTA VISIT GIRLFRIEND!
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For our August meeting we entertained (as all Red Hatters love to do, honey)! The patients of QUEEN CITY NURSING HOME.
 We met at Poplar Springs United Methodist Church before going to Queen City Nursing Home to practice the songs that we were to sing! As good as we are honey, practice makes perfect!
 When we arrived at the nursing home we were greeted with excited ladies and gentleman waiting to see what these rowdy "Red Hat" ladies had in store.
 

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We opened our sing along with "You must have been a beautiful baby"as the patients  sang along with us.  Many clapped hands and  nodded their heads to the familar tunes. 
 The songs we sang were from the good old days such as "My Country Tis of Thee" to "Amazing Grace".

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Our very own queen sang a solo "How great thou art" and the ladies went wild!  The Queen mum has a beautiful voice and is so very talented! We are proud of our her!

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To begin Queen Betsy introduced our lovely ladies and explained exactly who the Queen City Red Hatters are!  Our Vice President Janet then shared a poem "Smiles" and reminded us that they are contagious! Haven't you heard sweetie, smiling increases your face value!!!

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Then (much to the dismay of Nita)  Queen Mum pulled her to the front and informed her they were to sing a duo("Rock of Ages")! They pulled it off honey, with class and style! Never let it be said that our red hatters don't love the lime light sweetie!

After a few more musical moments, Queen Betsy gave a lovely devotion  from "Footsteps" and reflected with the audience for a moment.

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When the program was over we were delighted to be given the chance to visit with some of the ladies.One struck a note with many of our  ladies. She was"a hundred and some odd years old" and was dressed to kill honey! If I didn't know better I would swear she a member of the QUEEN CITY RED HATTERS.Our hearts were touched by the hauting melody as she sang "Over Jordan."

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As we closed with "Jesus Loves Me" several red hatters passed out "goodies" to the crowd.  The patients really appreicated the happies and thanked our society for coming out!

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