Hancock MD Concert July 17 1976
conducting b* In. y g r o u p s on o r d s a n d ages between pre-scbool to Mh grade. The public is Invited. The Reverends G. Edward Whetstone, LaVen Rasmussen and Roland' Hobbs, Lutheran clergymen, and Donald Haynes, Lutheran layman, from Clear Spring, will be o f f i c i a l delegates to the eighth biennial convention of the Lctheran Church of America in Boston, July 51-a. Rev. WbeUtone, Sharpsburg L u t h e r a n P a r i s h ; Her. Rasmussen, trt-district chairman chairman of the Synod; and Hev, Hobbs, Haven - L u t h e r a n Church; and Donald Haynes, member of St. Peter's Lutheran la Clear Spring, will be among 185 delegates to the convention. GesBel music The Watchmen from Clymer, Pa., will present an evening of gospel music at. the Hancock Middle-Senior High School Friday, Friday, July a, at 7:Â»p.m. Joining them will be Gospel Searchers, Hopper Brothers and Connie. fa offering will be taken. Free cencert The widely-known Jacob Brothers will be guests at the Mt. Tabor concert Sunday, August I, at 7:Â» p.m. at Tabor Park. Persons attending the free concert are invited to come early and picnic in the park, chairs should be brought since seating is limited. Free film The Billy Graham film, The Heart is a Rebel, will be this Sunday at 7:31 p.m. at Wdty Church of the Brethren, Smithsburg.' The public is invited to this free film offering.