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Nola Sizemore|Daily EnterpriseSitting in the “Bear Choir” were Cullen Whitaker, forefront, 10, his friend Brayden Blackely, 10, and his fraternal twin Carlye Whitaker, all of Cumberland. The “Bear Choir with a director” was built by 86-year-old Wallace “Buster” Shepherd, of Cumberland. It is now on display at the Tri-City Senior Citizens Center.
Nola Sizemore|Daily EnterpriseSitting in the “Bear Choir” were Cullen Whitaker, forefront, 10, his friend Brayden Blackely, 10, and his fraternal twin Carlye Whitaker, all of Cumberland. The “Bear Choir with a director” was built by 86-year-old Wallace “Buster” Shepherd, of Cumberland. It is now on display at the Tri-City Senior Citizens Center.
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Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise


Sitting in the “Bear Choir” were Cullen Whitaker, forefront, 10, his friend Brayden Blackely, 10, and his fraternal twin Carlye Whitaker, all of Cumberland. The “Bear Choir with a director” was built by 86-year-old Wallace “Buster” Shepherd, of Cumberland. It is now on display at the Tri-City Senior Citizens Center.

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