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Alumni Spotlight

Clovers and Company would like to spotlight the achievements of past members! This section is designed so that we can spotlight former members who are successful individuals in today’s society. No matter if a former member is a recording artist or a highly acclaimed music instructor, we want to spotlight the success of our former members no matter what area they work in. Here are a few former members we are currently spotlighting, we want to spotlight the wonderful job they are doing in their careers and how they have truly made a success out of their life in the work they do. If you would like to recommend former members to be spotlighted feel free to email Cheryl Varnadoe (Please include a short biography story for the website as well).

Jennifer Nettles (1986 – 1993)

Graced with a powerful, soulful voice, Jennifer Nettles has made a career of recording and performing songs that show off her extraordinary talent. Jennifer’s long career in Clovers and Company was nothing short of extraordinary as well. For example, in the 1990-1991 show Jennifer captivated Clovers fans with her rendition of “Break it To Me Gently”. Since Clovers and Company, Jennifer has been in many projects that have allowed her to continue her career in singing. She had her own singer/songwriter band, where she wrote, recorded and performed songs more towards the rock genre of music, however, after joining Sugarland, one of country music’s top new acts, she has rocketed to fame in the country world with her vocals in the country genre. In talking to many DJ’s in country radio, countless times they have stressed how much they believe Jennifer is one of the premier female voices on country radio today.

This past fall, Jennifer was seen on TV performing with Jon Bon Jovi for the CMT show “Crossroads”. She has a duet with Bon Jovi released titled “Who Says You Can’t Go Home” which is included on Bon Jovi’s new album “Have A Nice Day”. At the 2005 American Music Awards Sugarland received the Favorite New Artist award. In 2006, “Who Says You Can’t Go Home” won a CMT Music Award for “Collaborative Video Of The Year”. Jennifer and Bon Jovi won a Grammy in 2007 for “Best Country Vocal Collaboration”.

Since then she has recieved the ACM Song of the Year Award and the Country Music Awards Song of the Year for “Stay” in 2008. Sugarland’s latest album was released in 2008 and is titled “Love on the Inside”. Also in 2008, Sugarland helped National 4-H release “Clover Country: Songs from Famous 4-H Alumni” CD (Pictured on left) with the song “Baby Girl”.

Remembering where her career started, Jennifer performed with Clovers and Company in 2007 for the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents. The second picture shown on the left shows Jennifer performing the duet “Who Says You Can’t Go Home?” with Al Janelle (Clovers and Company Alum). The third picture shown on the left shows her Clovers and Company outfit being retired that night in her honor. We all wish Jennifer the best of luck and success with her continued singing career.

Story by Robbie Jones, Clovers and Company Alum

Hillary Lindsey (1990 – 1994)

Hillary Lindsey grew up in the small town of Washington, Georgia writing songs since age 10. She moved to Nashville to enroll in Belmont University’s Music Business school in 1994. After fostering relationships within the musical community, Hillary was quickly signed to Famous Music Publishing. In her first year as a writer, she had eight cuts.

Hillary has had her songs recorded by Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Martina McBride, Lee Ann Womack, Lindsey Lohan, Sara Evans, jessica Andrews, Carrie underwood and more. In 2002, Hillary enjoyed her first #1 song “Blessed”, recorded by Martina McBride. During 2003, she had the following singles on the country charts: “Three Mississippi” by Terri Clark (top 30) and “Backseat Of A Greyhound Bus” (top 15) by Sara Evans. In 2004, Hillary had two singles “This One’s For The Girl” by Martina McBride (top 5) and “Simple Life” by Carolyn Dawn Johnson (top 15).

Hillary has also enjoyed international success with EMI Belgium recording artist Sarah, who took her song “Very Last Moment” to the top of the pop charts. Recently pop star Lindsey Lohan also recorded “Very Last Moment”. Warner recording artist Ilse Delange, brought her song “I’m Not So Tough” to the number one position in her native country, Holland. Hillary’s nmost recent international cut was on Austria’s Star Mania winner Verena, with a song called “Take It”.

Most recently, Hillary’s songs have been recorded by Faith Hill, Trisha yearwood, Shelly Fairchild and Keith Urban. American Idol Winner Carrie Underwood took her song “Jesus, Take The Wheel” to the top of the country singles charts in January, 2006, “Wasted” (No.1) in 2007, and most recently “So Small”.

She has won ASCAP and NSAI awards, and she also won a Grammy for Country Song of the Year in 2007 after being nominated in two categories.

In 2008, Hillary helped National 4-H release the “Clover Country: Songs from Famous 4-H Alumni” CD (pictured on left) with her song “The Clown”.

Hillary Lindsey has participated in the Durango Songwriters Expo several times and is always a crowd favorite. Aside from being one of the hottest writers in Nashville, by all accounts, Hillary is also one of the finest singers in the business.

Story by Hannah Dasher, Clovers and Company Alumnus

Nikki DeLoach (1991 – 1994)

From Clovers and Company to the Mickey Mouse Club to the The Net 2.0, Nikki DeLoach has made a career in entertainment. Nikki was a member of Clovers & Company from 1991- 1994.  Nikki then became a child celebrity on MMC –  Mickey Mouse Club. After M.M.C. Nikki went on to star in Emerald Cove alongside some of the other M.M.C. members. She also has made guest appearances in Windfalls, Grounded for Life and Walker Texas Ranger. Nikki was also member of Innosense, a popular female girl group that was part of the band group craze of the late 90’s. After the split of Innosense, Nikki went on to star in the TV show North Shore on Fox as MJ. She was a popular cast member of a show on the Fox T.V. Network , and once again we all enjoyed seeing Nikki performing on TV! Just released, Nikki is the lead actress for the The Net 2.0, where she stars as Hope Cassidy. The Net 2.0 is the sequel to The Net. Be sure to order your copy of The Net 2.0, and tell all your friends as well. We all wish Nikki the best of luck in the future and know she is going to continue her success in the entertainment industry.

To get the filmography of Nikki check out Internet Movie Database.

Story by Robbie Jones, Clovers and Company Alumnus

Hannah Dasher (2000 – 2004)

Hannah Dasher is a native of Springfield, Ga. She has been singing since the age of four. Inspired by her first Patsy Cline cassette tape and from watching the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday nights, her passion for music developed early on. Hannah was active in her local 4-H program and was encouraged to audition for Clovers & Co. by her Extension Agent. She lacked confidence in herself, however, and did not try-out until she was 14. After graduation, Hannah attended Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. It was here that she began to pick up the guitar and start writing songs. In 2006, she transferred to the University of Georgia to become enrolled in their Music Business program.

Through the Music Business program, Hannah was able to work with and learn from many industry professionals. In 2007, she interned in the department of entertainment at Wild Bill’s Atlanta and also attended the Country Music Awards. In 2008, Hannah became the Regional Student Coordinator for NSAI, (Nashville Songwriters Association International) for the greater Athens area. Over the summer, Hannah worked as a publishing and administrative assistant for an Independent label on Music Row. She also opened up for Billy Dean and performed with him in concert this past summer. In December, Hannah graduated from UGA with a degree in public relations and landed the lead role in “A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline”, at the Historic Savannah Theatre in Savannah, Ga. She currently travels around the state, performing and gaining audiences. We all hope for Hannah’s continued success!

Story by Zach Hall, Clovers and Company Alumnus

Past Shows & Cast Members

1981 – 1982

Presents “A History of Georgia 4-H Through Music”

Cast & Band

Lawanna Brown – Oglethorpe County, Rhon Carter – Brantley County, Rob Cavis – Muscogee County, Jamie Chamberlin – McDuffie County, Laura Daugharty – Lanier County, Rhonwyn Fulcher – McDuffie County, Brian Gabriel – Oglethorpe County, Amanda Graham – Madison County, Lisa Heath – Rockdale County, David Jones – Elbert County, Sonya Jones – Elbert County, Reese LeRoy – Lincoln County, Katrina Little – Elbert County, Alison Marsh – Butts County, Melanie Ann Martin – Forsyth County, Butch Moffitt – Washington County, Denise Nash – Gwinnett County, Wendy Nolan – Fulton County, Cheryl Peebles – McDuffie County, Tina Rabun – McDuffie County, Dan Soileau – Rockdale County, Susan Thomas – Forsyth County, Susan Traylor – Bibb County, Patrick Vandiver – Wilkes County, Shirley Williams – Burke County, Donna Woolf – Clayton County

Show Directors: Kenny Holder, Teresa Holder

Assistants: Monty Griffin, Bo Ryles, Walter Reeves

Set Design & Art: Maxanne Woolf, Jan Readling, Janice Daugherty

Choreography: Lisa Heath, Susan Thomas (4-H’ers)

State Coordinator: Bill Edwards

1982 – 1983

Presents “We’re Georgia People”

Show: We’re Georgia People; Ebony and Ivory; I think About Your Lovin’ All The Time; Bridge Over Troubled Water/Lord You Gave Me a Mountain; We’re Georgia People -Reprise; Georgia On My Mind; Run for the Roses; Jubilation; We’re Georgia People – Reprise

Cast

Alison Marsh – Butts County, Christa Thomas – Putnam County, Teresa Tolleson – Newton County, Donna Woolf – Clayton County, Paige Conner – Fayette County, Kim Davis – South Fulton County, Christie Harton – Troup County, Lea Lambert – Dougherty County, Deanne Little – Hart County, Melinda Paulk – Ben Hill County, Tina Rabun – McDuffie County, Susan Thomas – Forsyth County, Nancy Tubberville – Muscogee County, Rhon Carter – Brantley County, Bryan Gabriel – Oglethorpe County, David Jones – Elbert County, Butch Moffitt – Washington County, Clarence Robinson – Ware County, Kirk Whitaker – Early County, Kevin Willis – Clarke County, Joey Attebery – Candler County, Larry Guthrie, Jr. – Clarke County, Bob Paul- Elbert County, Wally Richards – Cherokee County

Band

Piano – Robert DuVall – Greene County, Jamie Chamberlin – McDuffie County, Guitar – Butch Reeves – Dade County, Saxophone- Rhonwyn Fulcher – McDuffie County, Patrick Chappell – Madison County, Drums – John Phillips -South Fulton County;Production Crew: Ken Lander and Sonya Jones

Staff

Show Directors – Kenny and Teresa Holder; Set Director – Monty Griffin; Set and Sound – Walter Reeves; Lighting & Narration -Bo Ryles; Choreography: Lisa Brumbeloe; Volunteer Leaders: Maxanne Woolf and Martha Jones; State Coordinator: Bill Edwards

1983 – 1984

Presents: “Happy Birthday Georgia”
Show: Happy Birthday to Georgia, Our Land is Georgia, Hard Hearted Hannah, Hail to Georgia/Glory, Glory to Old Georgia, Dixie, Zippedeedoodah, The Entertainer, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,Just A Little Talk, Tutti Fruiti/The Twist, Ramblin’ Man, Georgia On My Mind, Our Land Is Georgia – Reprise
Cast: Alison Marsh – Butts County, Tina Rabun – McDuffie County, Christie Harton – Troup County, Beth McCarter – Clarke County, Charity Leigh Moon – Franklin County, Donna Woolf – Clayton County, Kim Davis – South Fulton County, Victoria Leigh Morris – Wayne County, Tara Marsh – Butts County, Stacy Goodman – Macon County, Nancy Tubberville – Muscogee County, Christa Thomas – Putnam County, Robby DuVall – Greene County, David Jones – Elbert County, Bryan Gabriel – Oglethorpe County, Rhon Carter – Brantley County, Butch Moffitt – Washington County, Lloyd Lewis – Dade County, Joey Attebery – Candler County, Clarence Robinson – Ware County. Band: Piano – David Volk – Rabun County, Robby DuVall – Greene County; Saxophone- Karen Swanson – McDuffie County, Drums – John Robert Phillips – South Fulton County, Guitar – Butch Reeves – Dade County
Staff.: Show Director – Bo Ryles; Choral – Lisa Brumbeloe; Set & Narration – Monty Griffin; Lighting & Sound – Walter Reeves; Choreoraphy – Diane Smathers; Band Directors- Mike Cebulski, Ken Parris; Production Crew – Joe Moon, Nell Cordel; Volunteers – Stockton & Martha Jones, Peggy Moon, Judy Morris ,Terri Tubberville, Maxanne Woolf. State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1984 – 1985

Presents “America…It’s a Dream”
Show: America Round; Comin’ to America; Take Me Out to the Ballgame; Sweet Georgia Brown; In the Mood; Only in America; Be Young, Be Foolish, But Be Happy; Footloose; Abraham, Martin, and John; Let There Be Peace On Earth;
American Trilogy (Battle Hymn of the Republic, All My Trials, Dixie); You’re A Grand Old Flag; Yankee Doodle Dandy

Cast & Band: Bryan Gabriel – Oglethorpe County, Kecia Strickland – Ware County, Rhon Carter – Brantley County, Jenny Wheeler – Tift County, Tina Rabun – McDuffie County, Shelly Holland – Butts County, Alison Marsh – Butts County, Pam Peel – Wayne County, Christa Thomas – Putnam County, Charity Moon – Franklin County, Stacy Goodman – Macon County, Jon Moon – Union County, Christie Harton – Troup County, Darren Volk – Rabun County, Victoria Morris – Wayne County, Glenn Grant – Butts County, Cindy Porter – Clarke County, David Jones – Elbert County, Viki Harkness – Wilcox County, Michael Hendrick – Troup County, Kevin Madden – Wilkes County, Kevin Andrews – Clarke County, Joey Attebery – Candler County, Lloyd Lewis – Dade County, Clarence Robinson – Ware County, David Volk – Rabun County
Staff: Show Director – Bo Ryles; Set Design & Lighting – Walter Reeves; Choreography & Costume – Diane Smathers; Sound – Ken Parris; Band – Mike Cebulski; Choral – Butch Reeves; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1985 -1986

Presents “On Broadway”
Show: Tara’s Theme – Prelude; Susie On Broadway; Sandman; I Hope I Get It; Ease On Down the Road; Tonight;
Greased Lightin’; Forty-Second Street; Climb Every Mountain; Mariah; The Impossible Dream; Summertime; Fame;
Ole Man River; Give My Regards to Broadway

Cast, Band, and Crew: Kevin Andrews – Clarke County, Pam Peel – Wayne County, Joey Attlebery – Candler County, Carlotta Pye – Taylor County, Greg Eley – Clarke County, Tina Rabun – McDuffie County, Stacy Goodman – Macon County, Kenneth Robinson – Wilkinson County,,Glenn Grant – Butts County, Brian Sikes – Crisp County, Viki Harkness – Wilcox County, Kevin Stone – Muscogee County, Christie Harton – Rockdale County, Kecia Strickland – Ware County, Shelley Holland – Butts County, Todd Suttles – Walker County, David Jones – Elbert County, Michelle Toole – Screven County, Lloyd Lewis – Dade County, Caroline Vickers – Clarke County, Alison Marsh – Butts County ,Darren Volk – Rabun County, Charity Moon – Franklin County, David Volk – Rabun County, Victoria Morris – Wayne County, Jenny Wheeler – Tift County
Staff- Show Director – Bo Ryles; Set & Lighting – Walter Reeves; Choreography & Costume – Diane Smathers; Sound – Ken Parris; Band – Butch Reeves; Choral – Lisa Brumbeloe; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1986 – 1987

Presents “Life Is A Celebration”
Show:
Introduction; Celebrate
Spring Winter; Why Do Fools Fall in Love; I Believe; See you in September
White Christmas; Greatest Love of all; Angels We Have Heard on High; Summer

Finale
Shout; Life is a Celebration; Kum Ba Ya; God Bless The U.S.A.; Fall Mountain Music; Blue Moon Rock Around the Clock

Cast: Arlene Feddo – Clarke County, Vanessa Fuller – Wayne County, Quinn Hopkins – Newton County, John Howell – Towns County, David Jones – Elbert County, Victoria Morris – Wayne County, Jennifer Nettles – Coffee County, Pam Peel – Wayne County, Tina Rabun – McDuffie County, Angela Rupard – Walton County, Brian Sikes – Crisp County, Bonnie Smith – Bacon County ,Charles Stephens – Tattnall County, Kevin Stone – Muscogee County, Kecia Strickland – Ware County, Todd Suttles – Walker County, Michelle Toole – Screven County, Caroline Vickers – Clarke County. Band: Sara Coker – Union County, Heather Johnson – Forsyth County, Carlotta Pye – Taylor County, Kenneth Robinson – Wilkinson County, Darren Volk – Rabun County. Production Crew: Greg Eley – Clarke County, ChanTa Galloway – Muscogee County. Artist: Viki Harkness – Wilcox County.
Staff. Show Director – Bo Ryles; Band – Mike Cebulski; Set & Lighting – Walter Reeves; Choral – Dayle Hamilton; Choreography & Costume – Diane Smathers; Sound – Ken Parris, Mike Risher; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1987 – 1988

Presents “4-H For Youth For America”
Show: Prelude: America…The Dream Goes On
Act I “America Is the Land of Opportunity-Life, Liberty and The Pursuit of Happiness” -Living In America -What’s More American We are Truly Indebted To Those Who Have Already Sacrificed For Freedom. Abraham, Martin and John
Act II “As Youth, We Face Many Struggles and Pressures …. Together We Can Overcome By Making Friends and Being A Friend.” -That’s What Friends Are For,,Lean On Me,,He Ain’t Heavy “From Spacious Skies To Ocean Blue, God’s Grace Shines” -Amazing Grace
Act III “Happy Are Those Who Dream and Are Willing To Pay The Price To Make Them Come True”.American Bandstand, Have a Happy Day, Corner Of The Sky

Finale : “Through 4-H and its Members, Liberty Rings More True and Clear”.America…. The Dream Goes On, Star Spangled Banner
Cast: Jennifer Achord – Putnam County, Nikki Clifton – Clarke County, Conn Cole – Colquitt County, Arlene Feddo – Clarke County, Quinn Hopkins – Newton County, John Howell – Towns County, David Jones – Elbert County, Lawana LeRoy – Lincoln County, Victoria Morris – Wayne County, Jennifer Nettles – Coffee County, Pam Peel -Wayne County, Charles Stephens, Jr. – Tattnall County, Kevin Stone – Muscogee County, Kecia Strickland – Ware County, Tony Thompson – Emanuel County, Caroline Vickers – Clarke County, Darren Volk – Rabun County ,Paige York – Habersham County, Wendi Youngblood – Whitfield County. Band: Conn Cole – Colquitt County, Heather Johnson – Forsyth County, Kenneth Robinson – Wilkinson County, Lisa Smallwood – Muscogee County, Kevin Stone – Muscogee County, Kecia Strickland – Ware County, Darren Volk – Rabun County. Production Crew: Greg Ely – Clarke County, Brad Sikes – Crisp County
Staff-. Show Director – Bo Ryles; Set & Lighting – Walter Reeve;s Choreography & Costume – Diane Smathers; Band – Mike Cebulsk;i Choral – Dayle Hamilton; Sound – Ken Parris & Mike Risher; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1988 – 1989

Presents “We Hold The Future “
Show: Star Spangled Banner, I’m So Excited, We’re Here To Love, Man In The Mirror, Soldiers, One Tin Soldier, War, Wind Beneath My Wings, We Go Together, What A Wonderful World, Twist, Twist & Shout, Do You Love Me, Reach Out and Touch, I’m So Excited

Cast: Anthony Guy – Bibb County; Brian Sikes – Crisp County; Gil Hearn – Wilkes County; David Jones – Elbert County; Tenio Cousin – Haralson County; Tammy Hendrix – Evans County; Kecia Strickland – Ware County; Steve Stephens – Macon County; Ajaye McDonald – Upson County; Arlene Feddo – Clarke; Caroline Vickers – Clarke; Pam Peel – Wayne; Denise VanLandingham – Putnam; Jennifer Nettles – Coffee; Victoria Morris – Wayne; Lawana Leroy – Lincoln; Nikki Clifton – Clarke; Kristy Keye – Dekalb; Band:Brad Sikes – Crisp; Paul Daniel – Butts; Perry Thomas – Crisp; Andy Fore – Wayne; Melanie Purvis – Oconee County; Production Crew: Greg Ely – Clarke County; Tiffany Johns – Charlton

Staff: Show Director – Bo Ryles; Set & Lighting – Walter Reeves; Choreography & Costume – Diane Smathers; Band – Mike Cebulski; Choral – David Hauser; Sound – Ken Parris & Mike Risher; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1989 – 1990

Presents “Friends”
Love For Fellow Man, Self & Those Who Have Gone Before Us. Of These We Sing.
Show: Opening – Joy To the World
Set I A special love that makes us advocates of its worth. Friends Forever Friends Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
Set 2 Becoming a better friend by befriending ourselves. It’s My Party Respect I Got You (I Feel Good) Believe in Yourself
Set 3 Majestic patronage deeply rooted in America’s heritage. Fifty States In Rhyme Jump, Shout, Boogie Battle Hymn of the Republic America the Beautiful Finale Friendship – an assurance we are to walk life’s path together. You’ll Never Walk Alone

Cast: Tenio Cousin – Haralson County, Makeba Davis – Bibb County, Patty Fair – Twiggs County, Anthony Guy – Bibb County, Darrie Hart – Marion County, Gil Hearn – Wilkes County,Nikki Joiner – Dodge County, Krysta Lovelace – Troup County, Ajaye McDonald – Laurens County, Jennifer Nettles – Coffee County, Pam Peel -Wayne County, Kecia Strickland – Ware County, Caroline Vickers – Clarke County, Kenneth Perrin – Richmond County, Wendi Youngblood – Whitfield County, Christy Pressley – Stephens County, Steve Stephens – Macon County, Brandi Thornton – Charlton County, Jamie Vickers – Coffee County,Matthew Chastain – Jasper County. Band: Perry Thomas – Crisp County, Brad Sikes – Crisp County, Melanie Purvis – Oconee County, Thom Woodward – Wayne County, Dean Giddens – Ben Hill County, Jack Harris – Harris County. Production Crew: Tiffany Johns – Charlton County, David Giddens – Ben Hill County

Staff- Show Director – Bo Ryles; Assistant Show Director – David Jones; Set & Lighting – Walter Reeves; Choreography & Costume – Diane Smathers; Assistant Choreography – Arlene Feddo; Band Director – Mike Cebulsk; Choral – Rhon Carte;r Sound – Ken Parris; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1990 – 1991

Show – American Band Stand, Reflections, Stormy Weather, Lollipop, Teddy Bear, Can’t Touch This, Shama Lama Ding Dong, The Twist, Iko Iko, Blowing In the Wind, Break It To Me Gently, Rescue Me, Help, God Bless America, Our Land Is Georgia.

Cast: Barbi McCulloch – Lamar County, Ajaye McDonald – Upson County, Anthony Guy, Lizzie Hebel, Mary Jane Williamson – Pike County,Catherine Warnock, Melanie Purvis – Oconee County, Steve Stephens – Macon County Hillary Lindsey – Wilkes County, Jennifer Nettles – Coffee County ,Tonya Hill – Lincoln County Bobby Helms, Jarrett Pitts – Brooks County, Pam Peel – Wayne County,David Giddens – Ben Hill County, Dean Giddens – Ben Hill County, Wendi Youngblood – Whitfield County, Krysta Lovelace – Troup County, Jack Harris – Harris County, Makeba Davis – Bibb County, Russell Thomas – Putnam County, Jamie Vickers- Coffee County, Louise Morris – Wayne County ,Matthew Chastain – Jasper County, Pat Walker – Truetlen County, David Conner, Brandi Thornton – Charlton County, Clay Price – Johnson County ,Jeramiah Noojin – Twiggs County, Lori Smith – Evans County, Heather Wiseman – Muscogee County

Staff: Show Director: Bo Ryles; Assistant Show Director: David Jones; Set Design & Lighting: Walter Reeves;Choreography & Costume: Diane Smathers; Band Director: Mike Cebulski; Sound: Ken Parris; State Coordinator: Bill Edwards

1991 – 1992

Presents “I’ve Got The Music In Me”
Show: Opening – I’ve Got The Music In Me
Set I – Unforgettable. The music is in all of us. Qualities of love, hope and peace are reflected in the music we share. Unforgettable Dig A Little Deeper Regretting What I Said ….
Set II – Georgia With the farmland, like a tapestry, passed down through generations and the peach trees stitched across the land…… Tara’s Theme Georgia On My Mind Sweet Georgia Brown Southland In The Springtime
Set III – Pretty Woman Boy meets girl inspires music in many forms Pretty Woman Do Wah Diddy Chapel of Love Finale Land of the Free – Home of the Brave. As young citizens, we thank you for passing on such a rich heritage of opportunity and liberty. Living In America America The Beautiful I’ve Got The Music In Me

Cast: Mary Jane Williamson – Spalding County, Jody Darby – Gordon County, Hillary Lee Lindsey – Wilkes County, Nikki DeLoach – Pierce County, Matthew Chastain – Jasper County, Alena Harrell – Brantley County, Louise Morris – Wayne County, Dana Lowery – Dodge County, Jarrett Pitts – Brooks County, Wendi Youngblood – Whitfield County, Pat Walker – Truetlen County, Dexter Buney – Wilkinson County, Steve Stephens – Macon County, Holly Gillis – Truetlen County, Austin Snipes – Coffee County, Brandi Thornton – Charlton County, Ajaye McDonald – Laurens County, Jamie Vickers – Coffee County, Jennifer Nettles – Coffee County, Scott Baston – Crisp County, Barbara Terrell – Thomas County, Paul Vigil – Cobb County.

Band: David Giddens – Ben Hill County, Lori Smith – Evans County, Clay Price – Johnson County, Clarence Hines – Mitchell County, Dean Giddens – Ben Hill County, Lee Heidel – Ben Hill County, Tara Wilson – Taylor County Production Crew: Heather Wiseman – Muscogee County, Jeremiah Noojin – Twiggs County, Keith Hudgins – Rockdale County, Earl Lively – Oconee County.

Staff: Show Director – Bo Ryles; Assistant Show Director – David Jones; Set & Lighting – Walter Reeves; Choreography & Costume – Victoria Morris and Pam Peel; Band Director – Mike Cebulski; Sound – Ken Parris; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1992 – 1993

Presents “If You Believe”
Show: Prelude: Rhythm Is Gonna Get You
If you believe…..Give us the future please, that’s all we need.
I’ll Be There; Hold On; Naturally; True Colors

The Rhythm does get you. Jazz, Country, Pop, Rock…. Snap your fingers and tap your feet to the beat of the music. Sing, Sing, Sing; ABC; Supremes; Higher & Higher

Georgia is a land of common people doing extraordinary things.
Let It Be Me; Trouble In The Fields; Amazing Grace; If You Believe

Finale: From Purple Mountain Majesty across the fruited plains, America is a land of opportunity. Many have died to preserve our freedom to believe. Just as our history is more than a book, our veterans are more than a name on a wall.More Than A Name; America the Beautiful

Cast: Mary Jane Williamson – Spalding County, Hillary Lee Lindsey – Wilkes County, Matthew Chastain – Jasper County, Louise Morris – Wayne County, Chris Blanton – Newton County, Pat Walker – Truetlen County, Timothy Edwards – Evans County, Austin Snipes – Coffee County, Ajaye McDonald – Laurens County, Jennifer Nettles – Coffee County,Jack Harris – Harris County, Jody Darby – Gordon County, Nikki DeLoach – Pierce County, Alena Harrell – Brantley County, Aquila Latson – Wayne County ,Wendi Youngblood – Whitfield County, Dana Lowery – Dodge County, Holly Gillis – Truetlen County, Brandi Thornton – Charlton County, Matt McGee – Wilkes County, Scott Baston – Crisp County, Roxana Welch – Bleckley County

Band: Andrew Black – Catoosa County, Cory Jones – Fayette County, Scott Logan – Pierce County, Brad Sikes – Crisp County, Jim Stapp – Morgan County, Tara Wilson – Taylor County

Production Crew: John Radcliff – Muscogee County, Jeremiah Noojin – Twiggs County, Earl Lively – Oconee County, Stewart Thigpen – Bleckley County. Staff: Show Director – Bo Ryles; Assistant

Show Director – David Jones; Set & Lighting – Walter Reeves; Band Director- Mike Cebulski; Choreography – Victoria Morris & Pam Peel; Sound – Ken Parris; Costumes – Judy Morris; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1993 – 1994

Presents “A Song For You”
Show: Music is a shuttle across the years. Songs capture the style, feel and spirit of periods and cultures.
Blues Rip Intro; Soul Man

Through music we enliven some memories of “good ole days”. Have you ever said, “Things just aren’t the way they used to be?” Do You Remember These?
In The Still Of The Night; The Lion Sleeps Tonight;

What we are now is greatly influenced by our past. The places we’ve been, the people we have known, the happiness we’ve enjoyed, and the sorrows we have shared.
Ashoken Farewell; Sweet Dreams

Wherever there is a message to be heard and a listening ear, there is a song for you.
42nd Street; A Song For You; Sandman

Saturday night radio broadcasts and Sunday morning Sing-A-Longs filled the airways.
Turn Your Radio On ; Operator; I’ll Fly Away

From sunset skies to oceans blue, America is truly the land of dreams.
Battle Hymn Of The Republic;

Our friendship is founded on music, and we want you to feel the excitement as the music turns up the heat.
Fever; Get Together; Friend Like Me

Cast: Scott Baston – Crisp County; Chris Blanton – Newton County, Horace Bradfield – Haralson County, Rebekah Brown – Pike County, Matt Chastain – Jasper County, Mary Davis – Mitchell County, Nikki DeLoach – Pierce County, Jack Dillon – Morgan County, Jodie Grove – Wayne County, Alena Harrell – Brantley County, Jack Harris – Harris County, Ginny Ruth Jones – Wayne County, Hillary Lindsey – Wilkes County, Olivia Lott – Newton County, Ajaye McDonald- Rockdale County, Matt McGee – Wilkes County, Louise Morris – Wayne County, Nicole Reid – Pike County, Austin Snipes – Coffee County, Brandi Thornton – Charlton County, Pat Walker – Truetlen County

Band: Cory Jones – Fayette Co., Scott Logan – Pierce Co. , John Nabors – Morgan Co., Christopher Phillips- Coffee Co., Jim Stapp – Morgan Co.

Production Crew: Earl Lively – Oconee Co., Jeremiah Noojin – Twiggs Co., John Radcliff – Muscogee Co., Heather Roark – Whitfield Co.

Staff: Show Director – Bo Ryles; Assistant Show Director – David Jones;Choreography – Victoria Morris ;Set & Lighting – Walter Reeves ;Narration – Becky Ryles; Sound – Ken Parris; Band Director – Mike Cebulski ;Transportation – Rick Kohnken; Costumes – Judy Morris; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1994 – 1995

Presents ” I Got Rhythm”
Show: Music and life are based on harmony with our environment and our fellow person. Circle of Life
Music reflects the stories of the times in our lives.
Think; Dream; She’s Got You; Why Haven’t I Heard From You?

The South, our homeland, is rich in many traditions – especially music!
Shenandoah; Crawdad Hole; Vacant Chair; Georgia on My Mind; Small Town;

Lyrics and melody celebrate the rhythm of music
I Got Rhythm; Sweet Irene the Disco Queen; YMCA; We Are Family; Celebration

Peace on earth begins with each individual.
Let there Be Peace on Earth Finale

Cast: Rebekah Brown – Pike County, Jessica Calhoun – Dodge County, Matt Chastain – Jasper County,Jody Darby – Gordon County, Mary Davis – Mitchell County, Zoonie Gresham – Wilkes County, Melvin Harper – Irwin County, Alena Harrell – Brantley County, Melissa Huckeba – Carroll County, Dustin Hutto – Jeff Davis County, Ginny Jones – Wayne County, Erin Kennedy – Effingham County, Olivia Lott – Newton County, Louise Morris – Wayne County, Jennifer Phelps – Whitfield County, Jim Phillips – Crisp County, Nicole Reid – Pike County, Austin Snipes – Coffee County, Brandi Thornton – Charlton County, Kelly Warburton – Muscogee County

Band: Lee Heidel – Ben Hill County,Doug Logan – Pierce County, Scott Logan – Pierce County, Chris Phillips – Coffee County, Brad Sikes – Crisp County. Production Crew: Matt Connell – Morgan County, Marguerite Daniel – Evans County.

Staff: Show Director – Bo Ryles; Asst. Show Director – David Jones; Choreography – Alison Hutcheson and Victoria Morris; Set & Lighting – Walter Reeves, Stewart Thigpen, and John Radcliff; Band – Mike Cebulski; Sound – Ken Parris and Earl Lively; Vocals/Clovers Etc.- Cheryl Varnadoe; Costumes – Judy Morris and Cheryl Varnadoe; Transportation – Rick Kohnken; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1995 – 1996

Presents “Wake Up and Dream”
Show: Music is important to every generation. Songs capture the spirit of periods and cultures – from jazz to romance to rock and roll.
Rhythm Intro; Birdland; Turn the Beat Around

Rhythm and music inspire us to fulfill our dreams and goals.
Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me; I’ll Be There For You

Wake Up and Dream America – The Dream Goes On From the farmland to the city, we see common people doing extraordinary things to show their true colors.
True Colors; Heartland; Swingin’ With The Saints

Boy meets girl inspires music in many forms. Songs express our hopes and dreams for our lives and relationships.
Johnny Angel; The Wanderer; The Shoop Shoop Song; Duke of Earl; Love Me Tender; Finale We Go Together

Cast: Rebekah Brown – Pike County, Jessica Calhoun – Dodge County, Matt Chastain – Jasper County, Jody Darby – Gordon County, Mary Davis – Mitchell County, Carole Bufford – Lincoln County, Jennifer Johns – Gordon County, Jason Parlor – Jeff Davis County, Alena Harrell – Brantley County, Melissa Huckeba – Carroll County, Ginny Jones – Wayne County ,Louise Morris – Wayne County, Haley Carswell – Wayne County, Jared Eaves – Haralson County, Rachel Elliot – Walton County, Janey Keene – Carroll County, Brandelyn Scott – Wilkinson County, Demetrius Gresham – Wilkes County, Jim Phillips – Crisp County, Nicole Reid – Pike County, Austin Snipes – Coffee County, Brandi Thornton – Charlton County, Kelly Warburton – Muscogee County, Olivia Lott – Newton County, Morgan McLeod – Wilkes County, Derek Shumans – Jeff Davis County

Band: Samuel Dumas – Monroe County, Doug Logan – Pierce County, Scott Logan -Pierce County, Chris Phillips – Coffee County, Brad Thompson – Walker County. Production Crew: Marguerite Daniel – Evans County, Roger Harrison – Jasper County

Staff: Show Director – Bo Ryles; Assistant Show Director – David Jones; Choreography – Alison Hutcheson and Tara Jones; Costumes – Judy Morris; Vocals / Clovers Etc.- Cheryl Varnadoe;Set & Lighting – Walter Reeves and Stewart Thigpen; Sound – Ken Parris and Earl Lively; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards; Band Director – Mike Cebulski.

1996 – 1997

Presents “If We Could Reach”
Show:
Reaching For The Future, Remembering Our Past 4-H has a rich history that has expanded through the years to reach a new generation.
I Feel the Earth Move; 4-H Pastoral

Reaching From Our Roots There is great heritage in American music. Music expresses our feelings about relationships and routine, triumphs and tribulations.
Jambalya; When Will I Be Loved; Dolly Did Ya’; Thank You World; Blue

Reaching Out to Others
Our lives are about relationships. Songs express our special feelings about others, whether happy or sad.
Can’t help Falling In Love With You ; See You In September; Shama Lama Ding Dong; Hit the Road Jack;

Reaching Upward
We can do much greater things as a whole than we could ever accomplish on our own. By sharing our dreams and working together, we can reach a brighter future.
Beautiful; Oh Happy Day; Reach

Cast: Annie Baxter, Turner County; Rebekah Brown, Pike County;Carole Bufford, Lincoln County; Jessica Calhoun, Dodge County; Haley Carswell, Wayne County; Jody Darby, Gordon County; Jared Eaves, Haralson County; Rachel Elliot, Walton County; Matthew Newton, Gilmer County; Roger Harrison, Jasper County; Dustin Hutto, Jeff Davis County; Jennifer Johns, Gordon County; Beau Jones, Emanuel County; Ginny Jones, Wayne County; Julie Kuzniak, Whitfield County; Eva Marie McRae, Emanuel County; Craig Moore, Catoosa County; Jason Parlor, Jeff Davis County; Jim Phillips, Crisp County; Brandelyn Scott, Wilkinson County; Derek Shumans, Jeff Davis County; Krista Simonds, Gilmer County; Anna Kate Smith, Emanuel County; Kayla Thompson, Carroll County; Brandi Thornton, Charlton County; Courtney Thornton, Charlton County;Kelly Warburton, Muscogee County;

Band: Beau Bryan, Bleckley County; Samuel Dumas, Monroe County; Daniel Taylor, Hall County; Doug Logan, Colquitt County; Chris Phillips, Coffee County; Production Crew: Jocelyn Davis, Clarke County; Nathan Dumas, Monroe County

Staff: Show Directors – Bo Ryles and David Jones; Choreography – Alison Hutcheson and Tara Jones; Set & Lighting – Stewart Thigpen and Walter Reeves Sound – Ken Parris and Earl Lively; Band Director – Mike Cebulski; Clovers Etc. /Vocals / Ensembles – Cheryl Varnadoe; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards.

1997 – 1998

Presents “Rise”
Show: Get ready, here we come! By believing in ourselves, we can rise to face the future and truly change the world.Get Ready,Change the World, If You Believe, We Rise Again

Music reminds us of the milestones in life. Often, songs express our feelings about our lives and relationships and the way things “used to be”. I Saw Her Standing There ,I Will Survive, Can’t Get Next To You,Aquarius / Let the Sun Shine In

People and places inspire us. Songs reflect our cultures and help us through the journeys we face in life. Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy, Dig a Little Deeper in The Well, Cry Me a River, This Joint is Jumpin’, Route 66

Music expresses the patriotic and spiritual beliefs that make us who we are. God Bless the U.S.A. / From a Distance
Cast: Annie Baxter, Turner County; Lisa Bickmore, Camden County; Carole Bufford, Lincoln County; Jessica Calhoun, Dodge County; Haley Carswell, Wayne County; Paige Eason, Wilkes County; Jared Eaves, Haralson County; Rachel Elliot, Walton County; Matthew Newton, Gilmer County; John Glosson, Jeff Davis County; Dustin Hutto, Jeff Davis County; Craig Moore, Catoosa County;Jonathan Harvey, Henry County; Kevner Jester, Butts County; Trayvis Manuel, Bleckley County; Alisa McCance, Fayette County; Daniel Rayburn, Truetlen County; Susette Rebuelta, Cobb County ;Cole Ryles, Bibb County ;Brandelyn Scott, Wilkinson County; Devon Waits , Butts County; Krista Simonds, Gilmer County; Joseph Walraven, Bartow County; Kayla Thompson, Carroll County; Brandi Thornton, Charlton County; Courtney Thornton, Charlton County; Kelly Warburton, Muscogee County;

Band: Jeffrey Barron, Dooly County; Ryan Barney, Tattnall County;Beau Bryan, Bleckley County ;Mark Hillard, Dodge County; Daniel Taylor, Hall County;

Production Crew: Kori Carswell, Wayne County Tino Johnson, Coffee County

Staff: Show Directors – Bo Ryles, David Jones; Assistant Show Director – Cheryl Varnadoe; Band Director – Mike Cebulski; Choreography – Alison Hutcheson and Tara Jones; Set, Sound & Lighting – Ken Parris, Earl Lively, Stewart Thigpen, and Walter Reeves; State Coordinator – Bill Edwards

1998 – 1999

Presents “Respect”
Show: Music helps express the respect we feel for our God, our nation, each other, and most importantly, ourselves. Fame, When I Fall in Love, Respect, Hold On, I’m Coming, Searchin’ My Soul

Music represents all aspects of our lives- our attitudes and cultures, our travels and journeys, and our pride in our country and our heritage. Why Walk When You Can Fly,America the Beautiful,I’ve Been Everywhere, You May

Songs inspire us to make the most of every day and every opportunity as we sing and swing. One Fine Day, You Belong to Me, Out Here On My Own, Straighten Up and Fly Right, It Don’t Mean A Thing,Born to Hand Jive

Cast: Todd Barber, Butts County; Lisa Bickmore, Camden County; Heidi Brown, Pickens County; Carole Bufford, Lincoln County; Jessica Calhoun, Dodge County; Haley Carswell, Wayne County; Ellie Dear, Effingham County; Paige Eason, Wilkes County; Rachel Elliott, Walton County; Jonathan Harvey, Henry County; Dustin Hutto, Jeff Davis County; Kevner Jester, Butts County; Julie Mangham, Butts County; Trayvis Manuel, Bleckley County; Craig Moore, Catoosa County; Matthew Newton, Gilmer County; Daniel Rayburn, Truetlen County; Susette Rebuelta, Cobb County; Brandelyn Scott, Wilkinson County; Krista Simonds, Gilmer County; Courtney Thornton, Charlton County; Daphne Todd, Wilkinson County; Kevin Toelle, Columbia County; Devon Waits,Butts County; Joseph Walraven, Bartow County; Cole Ryles,Bibb County; Keri Gandy, Turner County;

Band: Ryan Barney, Tattnall County; Beau Bryan, Bleckley County; Jason Chitwood, Franklin County; Mark Hilliard, Dodge County; David Price, Bulloch County; Daniel Taylor, Hall County

Production Crew: Joshua Brown, Butts County; William Dick, Wayne County

Staff: Show Directors: Bo Ryles and David Jones; Assistant Show Director/ Clovers Etc.: Cheryl Varnadoe; Band Director: Mike Cebulski; Choreography: Alison Hutcheson and Tara Jones; Set, Sound, Lighting: Stewart Thigpen, Ken Parris, Marc Fortson, Walter Reeves; State Coordinator: Bill Edwards

1999 – 2000

Presents “Singin’ & Swingin’ “
Show:
Music brings heart and soul to our everyday lives.
Cup of Life; Midnight Train to Georgia; Ain’t Too Proud to Beg; Higher and Higher; The Way You Do the Things You Do; Georgia On My Mind; My Girl;

Music takes us wherever we want to go – from the dusty trail to wide open spaces.
Back in the Saddle Again; Wide Open Spaces; Rawhide; The Race is On; Cowboy; Sweetheart;

Music expresses our spiritual beliefs and our faith in each other.
You Can Lean On Me; Down by the Riverside; On Jordan’s Stormy Banks; Swingin’ With the Saints; Shall We Gather at the River;

To get into life’s swing, all you’ve got to do is sing!
Crazy Little Thing Called Love; At Last; Sing, Sing, Sing; Jump, Jive, and Wail

Cast: Todd Barber, Butts County; Heidi Brown, Pickens County; Carole Bufford, Lincoln County; Abby Fletcher, Butts County; Haley Carswell, Wayne County; Ellie Dear, Effingham County; Paige Eason, Wilkes County; Rachel Elliott, Walton County; Luke Gabriel, Pickens County; Sarah Dorminy, Lumpkin County; Jonathan Harvey, Henry County; Dustin Hutto, Jeff Davis County; Jeremy Giles, Bleckley County; Julie Mangham, Butts County; Ginny Jones, Wayne County; Craig Moore, Catoosa County;George Mims, Bleckley County; Daniel Rayburn, Truetlen County; Susette Rebuelta, Cobb County; Stacia Watkins, Lowndes County; Brandelyn Scott, Wilkinson County;Haley Neal, Columbia County; Courtney Thornton, Charlton County; Ashley Stonecipher, Bleckley County; Kevin Toelle, Columbia County ;Devon Waits,Butts County; Joseph Walraven, Bartow Count;y Cole Ryles, Bibb County; Kayla Thompson, Carroll County;

Band: Ryan Barney, Tattnall County; Beau Bryan, Bleckley County; Nathan Fauscett, Pulaski County; Mark Hilliard, Dodge County; Chad McGlohon, Oglethorpe County; David Price, Bulloch County; Wade Queen, Upson County;

Production Crew: Oakley Walraven, Bartow County; Jennifer White, Atkinson County

Staff: Show Directors – Bo Ryles and David Jones; State Coordinator / Asst. Show Director – Cheryl Varnadoe; Band Director – Mike Cebulski; Choreography – Alison Hutcheson and Tara Jones; Set, Sound, Lighting – Stewart Thigpen, Ken Parris, Marc Fortson, Al Parker and Walter Reeves; Founder – Bill Edwards

2000-2001

Presents “Listen to the Music”

Show:
Getaway;Listen to the Music; Trouble in the Fields; Heartland; Let It Be Me; Dolly Did Ya; Thank You World; Crazy; Stand By Me; Let the River Run; I Got You; Shama Lama Dong Dong; Since I Don’t Have You; 42 nd Street; Sing A Song; Footloose

Cast:
Andrea Altman, Emanuel County; Ansley Carter, Columbia County; Hannah Dasher, Effingham County; Ellie Dear, Effingham County; Sarah Dorminy, Lumpkin County; Paige Eason, Wilkes County; Rachel Elliott, Walton County;
Abby Fletcher, Butts County; Matthew Garrett, Turner County; Jeremy Giles, Bleckley County; Mark Hilliard, Dodge County; Chelsie Hooks, Emanuel County; Dustin Hutto, Jeff Davis County; Becky Jarrett, Bleckey County; Julie Mangham, Butts County; Craig Moore, Catoosa County; Haley Neal, Columbia County; Susette Rebuelta, Cobb County; Scottie Rowell, Heard County; Cole Ryles, Bibb County; Samantha Stephens, Dodge County; Ashley Stonecipher, Bleckley County; Kayla Thompson, Carroll County; Courtney Thornton, Charlton County; Kevin Toelle, Columbia County; Seth Turner, Walton County; Devon Waits, Butts County; Stacia Watkins, Lowndes County; Angela Woolf, Candler County

Band:
Beau Bryan, Bleckley County; Nathan Fauscett, Pulaski County; Steven Cheek, Bleckley County; Daniel Lastinger, Dooly County; Bessy Lewis, Evans County; Chad McGlohon, Oglethorpe County; David Price, Bulloch County;
Wade Queen, Upson County
Production Crew:
Robbie Jones, Lowndes County; Oakley Walraven, Bartow County
Staff: Show Directors: Bo Ryles, David Jones; Band Director: Mike Cebulski; State Coordinator / Asst. Show Director: Cheryl Varnadoe; Choreography: Alison Hutcheson, Tara Jones; Set, Sound, Lighting: Stewart Thigpen, Ken Parris,Marc Fortson,Al Parker,Walter Reeves; Founder: Bill Edwards

2001-2002

Presents “Starstruck”

Show:
Everybody is a star in their special somewhere!
Baby I’m A Star; Somewhere Over the Rainbow; When You Wish Upon A Star; All Star

Music inspires us to reach for that highest star!
Born to Fly; Drops of Jupiter; Brown Eyed Girl; I Only Have Eyes for You; But It’s Alright; I’m Alright

Music expresses our spiritual beliefs and life-long traditions.
When They Call My Name; Old Time Way; 4-H Chorale
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

Music allows our individual stars to shine brightly!
Mr. Big Stuff; I Want You Back; Sparkling Diamonds; Shining Star
Finale

Cast:
Nick Amonett, Whitfield County; Asia Andrews, Emanuel County; Ansley Carter, Columbia County; Heather Click, Jones County; Hannah Dasher, Effingham County; Sarah Dorminy, Lumpkin County; Paige Eason, Wilkes County; Abby Fletcher, Butts County; Lauren French, Crisp County; Jeremy Giles, Bleckley County; Mark Hilliard, Dodge County; Chelsie Hooks, Emanuel County; Becky Jarrett, Bleckey County; Abigail Lloyd, Bartow County;
Haley Neal, Columbia County; Susette Rebuelta, Cobb County; Natalie Reeder, Walton County; Scottie Rowell, Heard County; Cole Ryles, Bibb County; Alison Sanders, Clarke County; Perry Shead, Dougherty County; Ashley Stonecipher, Bleckley County; Kayla Thompson, Carroll County; Courtney Thornton, Charlton County; Kevin Toelle, Columbia County; Seth Turner, Walton County; Devon Waits, Butts County; Will Wiley, Early County; Elexis Williams, Clinch County; Angela Woolf, Candler County

Band:
Beau Bryan, Bleckley County; Nathan Fauscett, Pulaski County; Steven Cheek, Bleckley County; Daniel Lastinger, Dooly County; Bessy Lewis, Evans County; Matt McKinney, Crisp County; Brandon Medley, Colquitt County;
George Muhammad, Bibb County
Production Crew:
Robbie Jones, Lowndes County; Oakley Walraven, Bartow County; Calvin Howard, Putnam County
Staff: Show Directors: Bo Ryles, David Jones; Band Director: Mike Cebulski; State Coordinator / Asst. Show Director: Cheryl Varnadoe; Choreography: Alison Hutcheson, Tara Jones; Set, Sound, Lighting: Ken Parris,Al Parker, Stewart Thigpen, Karen Thigpen, Marc Fortson; Founder: Bill Edwards

2002-2003

Presents “People”

Show:
I’ve Got the Music in Me; Seasons of Love

We are a kaleidoscope of people who despite our differences are very much alike.
Colored People/ Come Together; In My Life; Everyday People; Reach Up

How exciting to experience life—at any age—as a wide-eyed believer!
I’m a Believer; Hero; Signed Sealed Delivered

There is a sense of pride in our rural heritage – just down a country road.
Seven Bridges Road; Man of Constant Sorrow; Southbound; Round and Round

Listen to the music and dance, dance, dance!
Chattanooga Choo Choo; Dance to the Music; Detroit Swing City

Seasons come and go as we make each day our part of history.
History; Seasons of Love; I’ve Got the Music in Me – Reprise

Cast:
Asia Andrews, Emanuel County; George Baldwin, Ware County; Amber Carter, Johnson County; Ansley Carter, Columbia County; Corey Clark, Crisp County; Heather Click, Jones County; Dalton Cole, Hart County; Leah Cunningham, Habersham County; Hannah Dasher, Effingham County; Sarah Dorminy, Lumpkin County; Paige Eason, Wilkes County; Lauren French, Crisp County; Jeremy Giles, Bleckley County; Chelsie Hooks, Emanuel County; Al Janelle, Tift County; Abigail Lloyd, Bartow County; Emily Lloyd, Bartow County; Spencer Martin, Effingham County;
Haley Neal, Columbia County; Jacqueline Rebuelta, Cherokee County; Natalie Reeder, Walton County; Scottie Rowell, Heard County; Cole Ryles, Oconee County; Cara Silcox, Crisp County; Laura Stone, Burke County; Ashley Stonecipher, Bleckley County; Kayla Thompson, Carroll County; Angela Toelle, Columbia County; Kevin Toelle, Columbia County; Cort Webb, Rockdale County

Band:
Beau Bryan, Bleckley County; Steven Cheek, Bleckley County; Nathan Fauscett, Pulaski County; Lauren Janelle, Tift County; Daniel Lastinger, Dooly County; Matt McKinney, Crisp County; George Muhammad, Bibb County; Seth Wimberly, Newton County
Production Crew:
Kimberly Morris, Butts County; J. R. Sellers, Rockdale County; Oakley Walraven, Bartow County
Staff:

2003-2004

Presents “What’s Going On?”

Show:
Smooth

Snap your fingers to the beat and don’t let us catch you talkin’ about our Mamas!
Your Mama Don’t Dance; Mama Said; Unchained Melody; Devil in Disguise; Bringing Out the Elvis in Me; Bald Headed Men

Come with us on a visit to Motown!
Superstition; Chain of Fools; I Second That Emotion; In the Still of the Nite

Listen to the sounds of Broadway!
Big Spender; Let Yourself Go

Each individual should be a productive, contributive citizen who really knows…. what’s going on!
What’s Going On?; Big Yellow Taxi; Going Back to Georgia; Blessed; Mother Freedom

As 4-H’ers committed to service, music often expresses who we are and what we believe.
In That Great Gettin’ Up Mornin’; 4-H Chorale; This Little Light of Mine; Finale

Cast:
Chad Aiken, Newton County; Asia Andrews, Emanuel County; Amber Carter, Johnson County; Dalton Cole, Hart County; Leah Cunningham, Habersham County; Hannah Dasher, Effingham County; Sarah Dorminy, Lumpkin County; Franklin Duke, Henry County; Lauren French, Crisp County; Jessica Harrell, Gwinnett County; Keith Hinkley,Harris County; Mandy Holm, Cherokee County; Chelsie Hooks, Emanuel County; Al Janelle, Tift County; Emily Jarrett, Lumpkin County; Carlie Jones, Wayne County; Kerrie Keith, Bryan County; Tedrick Kelley, Burke County; Abigail Lloyd, Bartow County; Emily Lloyd, Bartow County; Alesha Logan, Ben Hill County; Spencer Martin, Effingham County; Corey McCants, Taylor County; Whitney Miley, Bartow County; Jacqueline Rebuelta, Cobb County; Natalie Reeder, Walton County; Scottie Rowell, Heard County; Cara Silcox, Crisp County; Laura Stone, Burke County;
Angela Toelle, Columbia County

Band:
Steven Cheek, Bleckley County; Ashley Cooper, Taylor County; Nathan Fauscett, Pulaski County; Joelle Freeman, Gwinnett County; Hutch McCollum, Cherokee County; Vinson Muhammad, Bibb County; Cole Ryles, Oconee County;
Katie Stringer, Bulloch County; Seth Wimberly, Newton County

Production Crew:
Kimberly Morris, Butts County; Brent Parker, Putnam County; Matthew Williams, Crawford County

2004-2005

Presents “Rock This Town”

Show:
Hey Ya; Rock This Town; Love at the Five and Dime; Down on the Corner

Zig Zaggity Woop Woop; Quality; Someday We’ll Be Together; Just My Imagination; Lonely Teardrops

Hard Times Come Again No More; Grace; This ‘Ole House; You’re All I Need to Get By; Creepin’ In; 100 Years;
Take a Chance on Me

I Believe; Without Love (Long Train Running); Finale

Cast:
Chad Aiken, Newton County; Asia Andrews, Emanuel County; Amber Carter, Johnson County; Dalton Cole, Hart County; Du’Bois Crockram, Dougherty County; Sarah Dorminy, Lumpkin County; Emily Duke, Henry County;
Franklin Duke, Henry County; Lauren Edalgo, Crisp County; Austin French, Crisp County; Lauren French, Crisp County; Tristan Harrison, Forsyth County; Keith Hinkley, Harris County; Mandy Holm, Cherokee County; Chelsie Hooks, Emanuel County; Al Janelle, Tift County; Emily Jarrett, Lumpkin County; Kerrie Keith, Bryan County; Abigail Lloyd, Bartow County; Emily Lloyd, Bartow County; Spencer Martin, Effingham County; Corey McCants, Taylor County; Whitney Miley, Bartow County; Haley Parker, Toombs County; Jacqueline Rebuelta, Cobb County; Natalie Reeder, Walton County; Scottie Rowell, Heard County; Cara Silcox, Crisp County; Trey Smagur, Habersham County;
Angela Toelle, Columbia County; Kirsten Underwood, Tift County; Christina Waller, Oglethorpe County

Band:
Grant Butler, Madison County; Ashley Cooper, Taylor County; Joelle Freeman, Gwinnett County; Hutch McCollum, Cherokee County; Sarah McMahon, Butts County; Adam Miller, Seminole County; Vinson Muhammad, Bibb County; Nicholas Wiles, Elbert County; Seth Wimberly, Newton County

Production Crew:
Josh Duke, Henry County; Brent Parker, Putnam County

2005-2006

Presents “Sing A Song”

Show:
We Will Rock You;Something Beautiful; Sing a Song

I Thank You; Some Kind of Wonderful; A Little Less Conversation; The Nearness of You

I Don’t Want to Be; The Seeker; Baby Girl

Live Like You Were Dying; Thank You World; Oh Happy Day

Bye, Bye Love; You Don’t Own Me; Teddy Bear/Hound Dog Medley; Ain’t No Mountain High Enough; Finale

Cast:
Asia Andrews, Emanuel County; Sierra Beasley, Emanuel County; Amber Carter, Johnson County; Patrick Cheek, Bleckley County; Dalton Cole, Hart County; Sarah Dorminy, McInstosh County; Emily Duke, Henry County; Franklin Duke, Henry County; Lauren Edalgo, Crisp County; Austin French, Crisp County; Lauren French, Crisp County; Alejandra Guillen, Gordon County; Zack Hamsley, Pulaski County; Tristan Harrison, Forsyth County; Keith Hinkley, harris County; Mandy Holm, Cherokee County; Morgan Hutcheson, Butts County; Chelsea Jackson, Gordon County; Al Janelle, Tift County; Emily Jarrett, Lumpk,in County; Kerrie Keith, Bryan County; Abigail Lloyd, Bartow County; Emily Lloyd, Batow County; Corey McCants, Taylor County; Whitney Miley, Bartow County; Andy Moseley, Wilkinson County; Haley Parker, Toombs County; Jacqueline Rebuelta, Cobb County; Natalie Reeder, Walton County; Cara Silcox, Crisp County; Trey Smagur, Habersham County; Angela Toelle, Columbia County; Kristen Underwood, Tift County;

Band:
Grant Butler, Madison County; Joelle Freeman, Gwinnett County; Michael Edalgo, Crisp County; Adam Miller, Seminole County; Matthew Spinks, Crawford County; Nicholas Wiles, Elbert County; Seth Wimberly, Newton County; Austin Young, Hart County

Production Crew:
Katy Crandall, Putnam County; Jacob Smagur, Habersham County; Brent Parker, Putnam County

2006-2007

Presents “Life Is a Highway”

Show:
I’ve Got the Music In Me; Unwritten; Life is a Highway

Marry Me; Mary Lou; Breakaway

Boondocks; Taps; More Than a Name

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy; Unchain My Heart; Swingtown

25 Miles; Hit the Road Jack; Bridge Over Troubled Water; Encore

Cast:
Misty Barber, Berrien County; Sierra Beasley, Emanuel County; Tyler Beckett, Oconee County; Hunter Brock, Turner County; Whitney Bush, Emanuel County; Amber Carter, Johnson County; Patrick Cheek, BBleckley County; Emily Duke, Henry County; Franklin Duke, Henry County; Lauren Edalgo, Crisp County; Austin French, Crisp County; Lauren Frech, crisp County; Anna Gilbert, Bartow County; Mary Clayton Gilvert, Bartow County; Zach Hamsley, Pulaski County; Keith Hinkley, Harris County Mandy Holm, Cherokee County; Morgan Hutcheson, Butts County; Al Janelle, Tift County Emily Jarrett, Lumpkin County; John Jenkins, Henry County Kerrie Keith, Bryan County; Mary Allison Lathem, Newton County; Abigail Lloyd, Bartow County; Corey McCants, Taylor County; Shelby McLeod, Morgan County; Tareva Moore, Worth County; Haley Parker, Toombs County; Kendyl Pennington, Columbia County; Lorraine Rebuelta, Cherokee County; Carmen Savelli, Tift County; Buckley Screws, Emanuel County; Trey Smagur, Habersham County; Kirsten Underwood, Tift County

Band:
Grant Butler, Madison County; Stephen DeLoach, Tattnall County; Christin Eady, Berrien County; Michael Edalgo, Crisp County; Adam Miller, Seminole County; Jason Ni, Tift County; Matthew Spinks, Crawford County; Nicholas Wiles, Elbert County

Production Crew:
Kari Crandall, Putnam County; Richie Knight, Newton County; Brent Parker, Putnam County

2007-2008

Presents “If I Can Dream”

Show:
Dancin’ in the Street; Sing Down; Anything is Possible; Get Away Jordan

Seven Bridges Road; Black Horse and a Cherry Tree; Me and My Gang

Southland in the Springtime; Who Says You Can’t Go Home; Dock of the Bay; I Got You; Midnight Train to Georgia

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy; Play That Funky Music; Heartbreak Hotel; If I Can Dream

Cast:
Autumn Barefoot, Bulloch County; Sierra Beasley, Emanuel County; Tyler Beckett, Oconee County; Brandon Broadus, Greene County; Hunter Brock, Turner County; Eric Carter, Columbia County; Whitney Bush, Emanuel County; Franklin Duke, Henry County; Lauren Edalgo, Crisp County; Austin French, Crisp County; Anna Gilbert, Bartow County; Mary Clayton Gilbert, Bartow County; Zach Hall, Lowndes County; Mandy Holm, Forsyth County; Morgan Hutcheson, Butts County; Al Janelle, Tift County; Emily Jarrett, Lumpkin County; John Jenkins, Henry County; Mary Allison Lathem, Newton County; Corey McCants, Taylor County; Shelby McLeod, Morgan County; Tareva Moore, Worth County; Gracie Rowe, Heard County; Carmen Savelli, Tift County; Buckley Screws, Emanuel County; Trey Smagur, Habersham County; Khalada Smith, Dekalb County; Kyle Thomas, Clayton COunty; Kevin Trusty, Barrow County; Kirsten Underwood, Tift County; Briana Wilson, Jones COunty

Band:
Terry Andrews, Emanuel County; Stephen DeLoach, Tattnall County; Christin Eady, Berrien County; Bain Griffith, Haralson County; Rebekah Huffmaster, Taylor County; Jason Ni, Tift County; Stephen Payne, Taylor County; Jack Lowery, Walker County; Tyler Robertson, Madison County; Matt SPinks, Crawford County; Christin Taylor, Bleckley County

Production Crew:
Dale Barnard, Tattnall County; Aaron Craven, Bartow County; Hillary Thornton, Charlton County