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WILKES-BARRE: The First Welsh Presbyterian Church, South Meade and East Northampton streets, is holding its annual Gymanfa Ganu at 3 p.m. on Sunday.

The Rev. G. Clayton Ames III will lead the congregation in song. Ames attended Lafayette College, New College of the University of Edinburgh and Princeton University and holds a doctorate from Harrington University in London. He serves as chaplain of the St. Andrews Society and the Sons of St. George. Ames has an excellent voice and a knowledge and appreciation for Welsh hymnology and religious traditions.

A Te Bach (Welsh tea) will be held in the church dining room. There is no admission fee and the public is invited.

Special music will be performed by the Chancel Choir, accompanied by organist Jackie Legg.

For more information call Martha Borosky, chairwoman, at 829-1479.

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