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October 22. 2005
Fourth Saturday Night Singing, featuring Fairhaven Quartet and the Grady Ashe Family, 6 p.m. today, Sugarloaf Baptist Church, Ridge Road, Dana. Info: 388-3696.
October 15. 2005
Family Fun Festival, 1 to 5 p.m. today, Hendersonville Christian School, 708 Old Spartanburg Highway. Petting zoo, horse rides, dunk tank, cake walk, bowling, balloon darts, crafts, face painting and games. The Fairhaven Quartet will sing. One dollar admission includes door prizes and lunch. Game tickets 25 cents. Info: 692-0556.
September 04. 2005
Sugarloaf Baptist Church Labor Day Barbecue and Gospel Singing will begin at 5 p.m. Fairhaven Quartet and other singers. Free food, fellowship. Directions: Sugarloaf Road to Ridge Road, left 1.3 miles. Church is on the right. Information: 388-3696.
May 28. 2005
Gospel Music Through the Years, 6:30 p.m. today, Refuge Baptist Church, Dana. Special groups include Fairhaven Quartet, the Singing Laymen, Piedmont Quartet, the Teen Tones, the Sound of Singing Men, Refuge Choir and the Backporch Singers. No admission charge, but an offering will be taken to help with the expenses of the 34th annual Gospel Music Festival and Old Time Singing Convention.
April 30. 2005
Third Gospel/Bluegrass Concert with barbecue and hot dog dinner will be held at Balfour Baptist Church, 2502 Asheville Hwy. Dinner: 4 p.m.; barbecue plate, $6; hot dog plate, $4. Concert: 6 p.m.; Fairhaven Quartet, Roy Chapman and True Bluegrass, Purpose, Balfour's Singing Quartet; love offering. Information: 692-0839.
April 09. 2005
Fairhaven Quartet in concert, 10:30 a.m. Sunday Hendersonville First Wesleyan Church, 911 Highland Ave. Sunday school begins at 9:45 a.m. Fellowship meal will follow the concert. Info: 692-9539.
March 19. 2005
Benefit singing for Bud Paulhamus, founder and baritone of Fairhaven Quartet, will be held at 5 p.m. at Maranatha Baptist Church, 2511 Old Spartanburg Road. Singing: 7 p.m. Silent auction.
March 12. 2005
A benefit singing for Bud Paulhamus, founder and baritone of Fairhaven Quartet, will be held Saturday, March 19, at Maranatha Baptist Church, 2511 Old Spartanburg Highway. Supper will be served at 5 p.m. and the singing will start at 7 p.m. There will also be a silent auction during the evening.
Paulhamus had a heart attack and a six bypass operation on Jan. 20. Fairhaven Quartet is sponsoring the benefit to raise funds for the unmet medical expenses.
Expected singers include Ila Knight, Timeless Reflections Quartet, Gospel Sounds Quartet, Sound of Singing Men, Purpose and Fairhaven Quartet. Don Sisk will act as master of ceremonies.
November 06. 2004
"Benny-fit" barbecue and singing for Benny Nalley, son of Thomas and Sarah Nalley, 4 to 9 p.m. today, Maranatha Baptist Church, 2511 Old Spartanburg Road, East Flat Rock. "Pig Out BBQ" will cater from 4 to 5:30 p.m. A concert will follow featuring the Fairhaven Quartet, Gideon's Torch Quartet, Sound System, Anointed Witness, Purpose and special guest Ila Knight. Joe Trustee, host of "Sunday in the South" on WSSL radio, will serve as master of ceremonies. A love offering will be received to help the Nalley family remain in Chapel Hill while Benny is having surgery at the University of North Carolina Children's Hospital to correct a tethered spinal cord. Donations may be made to "The Nalley Benefit" at Macon Bank on Spartanburg Highway. Info: Thomas Nalley, 692-2913, or Bud Paulhamus, 693-6641.
August 28. 2004
That massed singing was the founding of the Gospel Music Festival and Old Time Singing Convention which will have its 33rd session this year. The Friday session will begin at 6:30 p.m. The first session on Saturday, Sept. 4, will begin at 1:30 p.m. with the second session Saturday scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.
Special singing groups in this year's festival include the Sexton Family, the Myers Trio, the Gideons Torch Quartet, Believers Quartet, Freedom Singers, Piedmont Quartet, Skyland Trio, Brown Family, Fairhaven Quartet, the Bradley Family and the Backporch Singers.
June 12. 2004
The annual Gospel Music through the Years will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 19, at Maranatha Baptist Church, East Flat Rock. Pre-registration for this program was conducted in March and April, so the program is already arranged and will provide lovers of gospel music a full evening of vocal and instrumental music.
Featured groups for this annual event include the Believers Quartet, Fairhaven Quartet, Gideons Torch Gospel Quartet, Freedom Singers, Servants Quartet, Brown Family Singers, the Sound of Singing Men, Backporch Singers and accordionist Craig Garren. Music students participating include Steve Carson, Kevin Robinson, Craig Garren, Rita Bright, Teresa Owenby, Scott Turbyfill, Canissa Henn, Maggie Owens, Parker Owens and Amanda Glover.
April 24. 2004
Night of Gospel Music featuring Roy Chapman, True Blue Grass and Fairhaven Quartet will begin at 6:30 p.m. today at Balfour Baptist Church, U.S. 25 North. Cost: $5. Hot dog and barbecue dinner: 5 p.m., additional charge. Silent auction: 5 to 8 p.m. Information: 692-8336, 692-0839.
April 17. 2004
Night of Gospel Music featuring Roy Chapman, True Blue Grass and Fairhaven Quartet will begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 24, Balfour Baptist Church, U.S. 25 North. Cost: $5. Hot dog and barbecue dinner: 5 p.m., additional charge. Silent auction: 5 to 8 p.m. Proceeds to help youths attend camp. Information: 692-8336, 692-0839.
March 13. 2004
Fairhaven Quartet in concert, 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Hendersonville First Wesleyan Church, 911 Highland Ave. Noon fellowship meal will follow. Info: 692-9539.
March 08. 2004
Fairhaven Quartet will perform at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at First Wesleyan Church, 911 Highland Ave. Noon fellowship meal. Information: 692-9539.
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