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Marvelous Music of Marco

See larger Bob and Liz Hartman sing "Put your Hand in His Hand" during the hymn sing portion of Marco Presbyterian Church's Marvelous Marco Music on Feb. 17.  The show began when Bob sang "I'll Walk with God".
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Bob and Liz Hartman sing "Put your Hand in His Hand" during the hymn sing portion of Marco Presbyterian Church's Marvelous Marco Music on Feb. 17. The show began when Bob sang "I'll Walk with God". /Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle

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  • Members of Marco Presbyterian Church's Women's Ministry sing "Tell the World, Jesus Saves" at the church's annual talent show on Feb. 17.  The women wore sparkly shoes to illustrate this year's Women's Ministry theme:  walking with the Lord.  
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  • Marian Kindred, left, Margo Heindenreich, Ariah Brown and Jim Carl do the "Cha Cha Slide" at Marco Presbyterian Church's Marvelous Marco Music on Feb. 17.  Adult members from the audience were recruited to join the Youth Group's presentation.
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  • Brianna Brown decides if she wants some whipped dessert to go with her cake and cupcakes at the reception that followed the Marvelous Marco Music talent show at Marco Presbyterian Church on Feb. 17.  Brown joined the youth group on stage as they presented the "Cha Cha Slide."
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  • Marge Beasley, left, and Trish Nottingham share a moment at the conclusion of Marco Presbyterian Church's annual talent show, Marvelous Marco Music, on Feb. 17.  Attendees were treated to a dessert reception in the courtyard.
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  • Sandy Stein leads Marco Presbyterian Church's bell choir as they ring "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" at the conclusion of the church's annual talent show on Feb. 17.  Marv Hollenbeck accompanies them on the piano.
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  • Marian Kindred, left, and Rachel Lyle enjoy Marco Presbyterian Church's bell choir's presentation of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" at the church's annual talent show.  Lyle is the wife of the church's senior pastor the Rev. William Lyle.
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  • Howard Bossman applauds Sam Willits' rendition of "The Battle of Jericho" at Marco Presbyterian Church's annual talent show on Feb. 17.  Bossman, vacationing from Ohio, attends all of the church's concerts.
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  • Sandy Stein plays the Sentimental movement from the "Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano" at  Marco Presbyterian Church's annual talent show on Feb. 17.  Her husband John accompanied her on the piano.
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  • Bob and Liz Hartman sing "Put your Hand in His Hand" during the hymn sing portion of Marco Presbyterian Church's Marvelous Marco Music on Feb. 17.  The show began when Bob sang "I'll Walk with God".
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • Litha and Jim Lane, background, applaud Lucca and Grace Anne Delcomepare as they take their seats after they played Vivaldi's "Double Concerto" at Marco Presbyterian Church's annual talent show.
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  • Lucca and Grace Anne Delcomepare play Vivaldi's "Double Concerto" at Marco Presbyterian Church's annual talent show Marvelous Marco Music on Feb. 17.  The homeschooled youngsters received a standing ovation. 
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  • John Stein leads Marco Presbyterian Church's bell choir as they play "Dry Bones" at Marco Presbyterian Church's Marvelous Marco Music on Feb. 17.  The evening gave everyone an opportunity to showcase their talents.
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  • Marilyn Reist plays Dino's "My Tribute" at Marco Presbyterian Church's Marvelous Marco Music on Feb. 17.  Reist considers it a privilege to play many of Dino's arrangements. 
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  • Bruce Kane plays "Amazing Grace" before the start of Marco Presbyterian Church's Marvelous Marco Music on Feb. 17.   The title pays homage to the church's Director of Music Marv Hollenbeck. 
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  • Bruce Kane plays "Dawning of the Day" as he pipes his way to the front of Marco Presbyterian Church on Feb. 17 for MARVelous Marco Music. The church has an annual talent show. 
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