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Newberry Community Choir - Interview Carole Murray's interview with some members of the Newberry Community Choir. Their Easter musical is "Alone on the Altar" and it is being presented during Palm Sunday weekend.
NEW!Newberry Community Choir Interview for Christmas Musical (includes preview of music)
Aired November 21, 2012 during the Coffee Hour
(Deborah Smith's interview with Codi Lester about the release of her CD and Signing/Release party)
Newberry Community Choir Coffee Hour segment (March 21)
(Carole Murray's interview with several members of the Newberry Community Choir as they talk about their upcoming Easter musical, "Alpha and Omega")
Sue Summer - C. Hope Clark Coffee Hour segment (March 15)
(Sue Summer's interview with C. Hope Clark on the March 15 Coffee Hour. C. Hope Clark is an author who lives in the Chapin area, and recently published her book "Lowcountry Bribe." **Note: Due to some technical problems, we were not able to post the first few minutes of the interview.)
Dr. Moore - Peter Beagle Coffee Hour segment (March 2)
(Andy Hawkins interviewed Dr. Moore of Newberry College and Peter Beagle, author of Book Club reading for March. This segment was scheduled to air on March 2, but was not aired due to lack of time during the hour.)
James Bostick/Lequawn James
Jimmie Coggins' interview with James Bostick and Lequawn James, Newberry College Nursing Program Graduates/Athletes
Eric Nelson - New YMCA CEO
Jimmie Coggins' interview with Eric Nelson, new YMCA CEO for Newberry.
James Brown - Estate Plan Intentions
Before music legend James Brown signed his will and trust over 10 years ago, he made this recording about his intentions in his estate plan. With the assets of his music empire, he wanted to educate needy children in South Carolina and Georgia--with no regard to color ("we've had enough of that"). He had worked hard, but his success came because of his blessings. At his age, he thought of what he could do for others, and he would be praying for God to lead him. He signed the will and the trust, which included In Terrorem clauses that meant anyone who contested his estate plan would receive nothing. Former Brown trustees Adele Pope of Newberry and Robert Buchanan of Aiken have vigorously defended Brown's estate plan by appealing to the SC Supreme Court a settlement deal forged by former Attorney General Henry McMaster--a deal that gave away over half of Brown's assets to those he intentionally disinherited, among them the daughters who had sued him for royalties during his lifetime. Brown's grandson Forlando, like Pope and Buchanan, thinks his grandfather's "noble" estate plan should be enforced, and he would like for everyone to hear this recording, provided by Georgia attorney Buddy Dallas, one of three original Brown trustees.