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Reception 5:45 - 6:30 p.m.
Dinner6:30 p.m.
MeetingFollowing Dinner
ProgramFollowing Meeting

Location: Sheraton Hotel Needham


Our Guests

Rev. Lawrence Kanter Pastor
First Baptist Church, Abington
Mr. David LeeMinister of Christian Education
Somerville Community Baptist
Mr. Bob GaffneyDirector
Boston Baptist Social Union
Mr. David Ortega Director
Boston Baptist Social Union

February Meeting

February 6, 2012

Program Order

Song“My Hope is Built On Nothing Less”
InvocationRev. Lawrence Kanter
Program“Music That Shaped a Nation”
BenedictionMr. David Lee

About the Program

Amoskeag Players

Hearken back to the days before television, radio and CD's. Historical Musician Bob Kilham on the banjo, along with Greg Heppe on the flute and Dave Nelson on the fiddle, fellow members of the of the “Amoskeag Players”. The Players recreate the sights and sounds of the mid-19th century America. You will see the period dress and hear the music sung and played by both the North and South before, during and after the Cival War.

amoskeag Players

Bob Kilham has served as staff musician at Strawberry Banke Museum, UNH Eldehostel Faculty, performed at Indiana University Stone Song Festival, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and Harvard University. Bob has also appeared on NHPTV's “New Hampshire Crossroads”, and WBUR's “Here and Now”. His performance of period music has been featured on PBS “American Experience”. Bob has also performed at numerous events in Gettysburg National Park, sites in the local area, the National Archives, Waltham, MA for the Sons of Union Veterans, and Civil War Roundtables.

Amoskeag Players