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November 9, 2012

Garvin County brings opry sounds closer to home

Pauls Valley —  

A longtime band very familiar with Garvin County is hoping to bring the musical sounds and good old-fashioned fun of an opry show closer to home.

In fact, the Memory Makers band, familiar in recent years to opry fans in the Ada area, plans on holding an opry event here in Pauls Valley next month with the hopes the interest is out there to keep it going well into the future.

There will be a small admission fee as this first installment of an opry show here is scheduled from 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at the county fairgrounds in Pauls Valley.

Leading the charge for the show are band members Woodie and Becky Hill, who live in Maysville and serve as music and worship leaders at a church there.

Their hope is this opry show here in Pauls Valley can continue on a regular basis while also giving local folks a chance in the near future to showcase their talents.

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