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January 17, 2013

Roff music students entertain Pontotoc County Retired Educators

Ada —  

President Jo Ann Hunt welcomed members and guests to the Dec. 14 meeting of Pontotoc County Retired Educators at the Ada Elks Lodge.

Ruth Ann Taylor gave the invocation.

The program consisted of seasonal music, followed by a meal. 

Johnna Compton, music educator from Roff School, and five of her students, Alyssa Davis and Kelci Hayes, both sixth grade, Savanna Crowell and Jessi Scott, both of eighth grade, and Tyler Wells, fifth grade, performed several favorite Christmas songs. Wells played guitar and performed a song he had composed.

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