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Ukulele band entertains Fulton Rotary Club

by Rochelle Eiselt | December 1, 2022 at 4:05 a.m.
Rochelle Eiselt / Fulton Sun My Gloryland Band performs Christmas songs for members of the Fulton Rotary Club during a Rotary meeting Wednesday.

Rotarians enjoyed some sounds of the season by My Glory-land Band during a Fulton Rotary meeting Wednesday.

The band performed many different instruments such as a banjo, recorder, and ukulele.

Lynn Demurio, who leads the Fulton band, said the band is from Fulton Bible Baptist Church and the youth band was formed several years ago.

Demurio has been teaching students church music for 14 years now. She teaches at River Oak Christian Academy in Jefferson City.

Two students performed with Demurio. The students also have helped Demurio by volunteering and assisting with playing instruments such as the ukulele, recorder, and bass guitar.

The youngest student in the band is 8 years old.

During the performance, the band performed a few songs which included some Christmas songs.

A song called "Together Tomorrow" is a song that Demurio said she likes as it has different meanings to it such as remembering friends from a long distance.

After the Rotary meeting, members helped sort out donated coats for 400 children in need.

The members met at the Callaway County Health Department to gather the coats to sort.

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