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Harmonaires are back

April 5, 2013
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By RODNEY D. BOAM

Citizen editor

The Harmonaires are back.

A group of men that performed regularly in the area 15 to 20 years ago is getting back together to perform at the 100 Years of Talent as part of Franklin County’s Centennial Celebration.

Members of the new Harmonaires are: (top l) Paul Swainston, Ron Lewis, David Noyes and Jay Jensen; (bottom l) Phil Cromwell, Carl Hoffman, Dan Ludlow and Craig Haslam.

Members of the new Harmonaires are: (top l) Paul Swainston, Ron Lewis, David Noyes and Jay Jensen; (bottom l) Phil Cromwell, Carl Hoffman, Dan Ludlow and Craig Haslam.

Ron Lewis, one of the original members, got together with Carl Hoffman and began to reorganize the group. Hoffman will direct the double quartet, who all come from different walks of life. The ages of the men go from mid-70s to mid-40s.

Lewis said they recruited some very talented individuals in the county.

“When we called them, no one turned us down,” Lewis said. “When you get a chance to do something like this, it’s kind of a rush. It makes you feel good to work with such quality singers.”

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