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By W. Jay Tyree
College Hill Church of Christ 

Spiritually Speaking

Singing God's name


Lynn L. Martin

The 46th Alva School of Music is being held this week at the College Hill Church of Christ. The event attracts young people from Oklahoma, Texas and occasionally surrounding states to improve church singing and create new song leaders. This year's group: (front row, from left) Drew Broussard (teacher), Sadie Truesdale, Carley Turvaville, Owen Gunselman, Cooper Bryant, Rylee Ferguson, Addie Dye, Kate Siok, Cooper Truesdale, Clay Bryant (teacher); (second row) Mikaela Goben, Savannah Truesdale, Halle Rheams, Alivia Herrera, Ethan Gunselman, Hunter Potts, Reese Hammack, Tayen Redgate, Lexi Truesdale, Patricia Rogers, Catie Devine, Kara Kneuper; (third row) Doug Gunselman (activities), Jay Tyree (minister), Kaedyn Wright, Rachel Miner, Cade Berkey, Luther Kuhlmann, David Anderson, Bentley Tomberlin, Seth Johnson, Wesley Kite, Rebekah Preston, Morgan Hayward, Robert Perot, Hannah Kneuper, Nancy Stansberry, (teacher), Cherie Truesdale (teacher).

It's Singing School week once again! The College Hill congregation is hosting its 46th annual Alva School of Music. By the time you receive your Friday copy of the Review Courier, we will be preparing our final "exercises" for tonight, June 8. Several young men will lead hymns in our time of public praise and various groups will present the choral music they have prepared, including an all-girls chorus, a mixed chorus, and (depending on time and talent) a small group presentation. You would certainly enjoy and be encouraged should you choose to attend. It will be at 7 p.m. at the College Hi...

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