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Bell Ringers Annual Report January 2015

Prepared by Lynn Betsanes

This year we replaced a few ropes that were frayed. I am looking for white rope to replace all of the colored ones. In the past I tried get what was most inexpensive but I think if I spend a little more we can get better rope. After seeing the bell setup in Guatemala this past summer at the orphanage we are considering ways to have one person ring more bells at a time. I am currently stumped due to space but I will keep at it. I had a few ringing classes this year that weren't well attended but I am still interested in some people coming and learning how to ring them. Then they can help me and/or do it in my absence. We rang for the Bishop and Bishop elect for our 30th anniversary and a some funerals in addition to the weekly and festal ringing. I hope we have less funeral ringing this year and more joyful ringing to break in the new ropes.