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Humanities speaker visits Green River

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The Utah Humanities Council Speaker's Bureau 2002 representative Dianna Jeppesen gave an educational presentation entitled "Mormon Polygamy-Something to Sing About?"

Dianna discussed history of and performed songs that were sung by Mormons during Utah's early settlement days. In the informal setting Dianna was able to blend her guitar accompaniment and voice with voices of those in the audience for fun filled choruses.

The Green River Community Center hosted a small group of 25 who attended this, in the round performance held at the Green River City Building on August 16. The next speaker, Ms. Lucille Hunt, will be sponsored by the Utah Humanities Council and hosted by the American Legion Auxiliary on Sept. 25 at 6 P.M.. in the John Wesley Powell Museum. Lucille's presentation is titled "My Grandmother's Teachings." Don't miss it.

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