The Historic Livingston Foundation is hosting an event at the site of the Livingston Church and Museum in southwest Franklin Township at 4 p.m. Sunday, July 14. The site is south off highway J46 between Numa and Seymour on 135th Avenue (follow the highway signs).
Along with special recognition of a special museum donation, the gospel quartet, Woven Hearts will be in concert. A free-will offering will be received for the singing group.
Woven Hearts is a contemporary Christian and southern gospel trio and quartet, haling from the Moulton and Unionville areas in southeast Appanoose County. The group consists of Beth (Gravett) Withrow, Karla (Withrow) Deahl, Deanna (Withrow) Brinegar, and Beth's husband, Randy Withrow, who is also the brother of Karla and Deanna.
Karla, Deanna and Randy were once known as Withrow Family and Friends until Beth joined the group over a decade ago. They have traveled and performed throughout southern Iowa and northern Missouri, singing for church services, festivals and celebrations, spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ. The group is also one of the worship teams at the Lancaster Christian Church, Lancaster, Mo.