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Madison County Boys Choir member spotlight

The Madison County Boys Choir are a group of passionate and dedicated boys who travel all over Florida and Georgia to perform at different events. By praising God and doing what they love, the boys are able to spread their message all over Madison and surrounding areas on a regular basis.

Many members have committed themselves to the choir for many years, such as La'jarius Bryant, Jaylon Reaves and Donyea Farmer, who have all been serving in the choir for a total of three years.

La'jarius Bryant is the son of Barbara Cooks and a sophomore at Madison County High School (MCHS). When asked why he enjoys being in the choir, Bryant stated that it gives him “something to do” and he enjoys going out and performing at community events. He especially loved performing at Relay For Life this year.

Jaylon Reaves, son of Paula McGhee, is a sophomore at MCHS and finds he enjoys the theatrical part of the boys choir such as the dancing and acting.

Donyea Farmer, son of Natasha Givens and Edward Farmer, is a freshman at MCHS and enjoys being a part of the choir because he loves praising the Lord, singing, traveling and meeting new people.

These are just a few of the many talented gentleman who serve the Madison County Boys Choir who, no doubt, have a devotion to the Lord while communicating His message through song.

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