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Clay County was well represented during the Texas Rangers game at Globe Life Park in Arlington April 18.
“One Voice” a woman’s quartet from Henrietta once again sang the National Anthem, while 10-year-old Grady Jones of Dean delivered the game ball to the pitcher’s mound.
“One Voice” members Diane Hanson, Laurie Schaffner, Penny Riordan and Laura Lee Brock, all of Henrietta, first sang for the Rangers game during the 2013 season and were invited by the Texas Rangers to return for the 2014 season.
“It was exciting to sing last year, but to be invited back, was really an honor,” said Brock.
One Voice has been together as a group since 2006. The group has presented the National Anthem at various functions including 2013 Oil Bowl, Northwest Texas Council Eagle ceremonies and dinner events, Clay County Pioneer Reunion, Laseman Fun Run, Troop 91 Flag Retirement and Eagle Ceremonies, as well as the Texas State Guard ceremonies.
Grady is the son of Joseph and Jackie Jones of Dean, and the grandson of Jake and Ann Jones of Vashti. He attends school at Cunningham Elementary in Wichita Falls.
Attendance for the evening numbered more than 40,000.