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The sounds of Christmas and country filled the air during the Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County’s annual pre-Christmas weekly meeting on Dec. 20. Vocalist Kay Bishop performed Christmas selections but also resurrected memories of Patsy Cline by singing a couple of the late country songbird’s iconic tunes, “Crazy” and “Sweet Dreams”. Bishop is well known in this area for her singing talent, having head lined a Patsy Cline revue show. She recalled her previous connection with Kiwanis, serving as president of the Albany High School Key Club while in high school. Bishop is now a member of the faculty at Colquitt County High School, where she teaches 11th grade American Literature.

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