United 4 One To Perform At Bath Gospel Jubilee

Warm Springs, VA – WCHG hosts the first performance of Allegheny Mountain Radio’s fall fundraiser with its 8th Annual Old Fashioned Gospel Jubilee on Saturday November 6. Making its first appearance at the Jubilee this year is the United 4 One Youth Choir.

United 4 One is a community youth choir made up of young people from different churches in Bath County. The singers come from all denominations and are united for one purpose. Melinda Hooker is the Bath County High School Band Director and a volunteer with United 4 One. Choir members range in age from 4 to 19 and the group has been together for about four years.

Karen Hise, a member of Hot Springs Presbyterian Church, started the group and works alongside Hooker in directing the young singers. United 4 One is open to any child that would like to join. Practice is held on Tuesday evenings at 6 o’clock at Hot Springs Presbyterian Church.

You can hear United 4 One perform at the Old Fashioned Gospel Jubilee on Saturday November 6 at Bath County High School. The Jubilee gets underway at 6pm. Josh Blankenship and Statement, The Announcers and Richard and Karen Hise along with their daughter Jenna will also perform. Admission is free will donation. Proceeds benefit community radio station WCHG 107.1 FM.

Please click on the above link to hear samples of the United 4 One Choir

Story By

Heather Niday

Heather is our Program Director and Traffic Manager. She started with Allegheny Mountain Radio as a volunteer deejay. She then joined the AMR staff in February of 2007. Heather grew up in the Richmond, Virginia, area and now lives in Arbovale, West Virginia with her husband Chuck. Heather is a wonderful flute player, and choir director for Arbovale UMC. You can hear Heather along with Chuck on Tuesday nights from 6 to 8pm as they host two hours of jazz on Something Different.

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