Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

FALL 2017

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Wake Forest 27587 Magazine | Autumn 2017 51 Above, like playing in a band, the bell ringers work together to create harmonious melodies. But instead of each musician playing their own instrument, the bells are an ensemble of individual notes. Dianne Hanning, left, is one of the choir's longest participating members. In 1996, she purchased the bells and donated them to the church in memory of her parents. She directed the children's hand-bell choir from 1996 until 2012, when she moved to South Carolina. The children's group is no longer active, but Hanning has returned to the church as a ringer in the adult group. At one time, there were as many as 15 members in the hand-bell choir, but performances can be done easily with only trios or duets. Below, from left to right are Meghan Reynolds, Karen Pettyjohn, Kathy Drake, and Karen Mohlmann.

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