The Lake Junaluska Singers - Get All Excited mp3 album
The Lake Junaluska Singers are a professional, mixed voice ensemble based in Lake Junaluska, N. As the year draws to a close, consider giving a gift to Lake Junaluska's Annual Fund, which helps keep our grounds beautiful and our programming unique. Plus, your charitable gifts go to support the Lake Junaluska Singers, who bring joyful music to thousands throughout the summer season and during Appalachian Christmas.
Nestled around a 200-acre lake in the mountains, The Terrace at Lake Junaluska feels worlds away but is close to top Western North Carolina attractions. Enjoy shopping, dining and entertainment in nearby Waynesville and Maggie Valley. Drive less than 15 minutes to the Blue Ridge Parkway or Great Smoky Mountains National Park, or drive 30 minutes to Asheville or Cherokee.
Overlooking beautiful Lake Junaluska, Terrace Hotel is a popular choice with many because of its central location and full service facilities. Relax in a rocking chair along the lakeside terrace or enjoy a peaceful walk through the adjacent rose garden. Terrace Hotel offers all the best of Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center. There are 105 sleeping rooms, each of which will accommodate 1 to 4 guests
Independence Day at Lake Junaluska – Don’t miss an incredible weekend of music and fun, which includes three concerts, a parade, special meals, and much more. Balsam Range Art of Music Festival – A two-day festival featuring some of the top bluegrass and acoustic musicians in the nation. About Lake Junaluska, NC. Lake Junaluska refers to both a conference and retreat center and the community that surrounds it. For more than 100 years, Lake Junaluska has been a place for people seeking relaxation, recreation and renewal. Lake Junaluska first opened its doors in 1913 to serve the United Methodist Church.
Gorgeous Lake Junaluska has been a mountain retreat for the Methodist church since the early 1900s. Many do not realize that this lake "resort" town is open for all to enjoy with plenty of things to do and places to stay. It's at the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains near Waynesville and Maggie Valley, about 30 minutes west of Asheville. Since the retreat's mission is to "renew the soul, mind and body," it's a perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of life in a very scenic setting. The town surrounds a 200-acre lake
Lake Junaluska vacation rentals vary from cozy mountain homes to luxurious cottages on the lakeside. Regardless of which accommodations you settle on, you'll be close to the wilderness. Show all 157 properties. Keeping your kids busy with history and nature in Lake Junaluska. When the kids get restless, take them to the . -mile Lake Junaluska Walking Trail along the lakeshore. It offers excellent views of the mountains, and the trail is just next to the World Methodist Museum.
The Singers Unlimited was a four-part jazz vocal group formed in 1971 by Gene Puerling. The group included Len Dresslar (better known as the Jolly Green Giant in General Mills commercials), Bonnie Herman, Don Shelton, and Puerling himself. Gene Puerling and Don Shelton had formed part of Puerling's successful all-male vocal group, The Hi-Lo's, some years previously, though Shelton was a 1959 replacement for original Hi-Lo's Member Bob Strasen
|A1||Let's Just Praise The Lord|
|A2||This Little Light Of Mine|
|A3||Reach Out And Touch|
|A4||Day By Day|
|A5||People To People|
|A7||Let's Just Praise The Lord|
|A8||Get All Excited|
|A9||Lord We Praise Thee|
|A11||Because He Lives|
|B1||King Of Kings|
|B2||Sweet, Sweet Spirit|
|B3||I'd Rather Have Jesus|
|B5||And Can It Be|
|B6||Song Of Mary|
|B7||Come, Come Ye Saints|