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“THE SINGING AUCTIONEER” PERFORMING AT AVALON MISSIONARY CHURCH

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Avalon Missionary Church at 1500 Lower Huntington Road and Dane Bailey, "The Singing Auctioneer" are hosting a Southern Gospel Concert with The McCaslins of Mishawaka, IN on Nov. 9, 2002 at 7:00 p.m.

The McCaslins, Ron and Marilyn have been singing for about 20 years. After coming off the road for a brief time and time spent in the pastorate, they felt led back into the music ministry. They started singing again joined by their daughter, Angela. Four years later with lots of miles, lots of concerts, a recording project, "New Life," and another project in the works, here they are. You don't want to miss this family with their close harmonies, solos, and testimonies. Angela also writes some of the music that they sing.

Dane Bailey, "The Singing Auctioneer", is a native of Berne and now from Fort Wayne, IN. He brings a rich history of music and ministry. He has traveled for over 25 years throughout the Midwest singing at churches, campgrounds, banquets, fairs, and on radio and television. With his smooth style of singing and broad selection of music, you will enjoy Dane's music and message.

Dane has two recordings available, the latest being "Touch of The Master's Hand", the old violin song, and a concert video by the same name produced by the Eddie Crook Co. He is also working on a new project to be released on the Counterpoint Group label later this year as well as a single release of "Touch of The Master's Hand" in June to the radio stations across the country.

Dane, along with his ministry schedule, is an auctioneer with Martin & Bailey Auction-Realty Co. in Waynedale and an instructor at Reppert's School of Auctioneering, Auburn.

The McCaslins and Dane Bailey come to share God's message of love and grace. You won't want to miss this great evening of music by two of Southern Gospel music's growing artists.

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