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Kenneth and Margaret Day - 50 years of marriage celebrated on July 11, 2010

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# 1: Welcome by David A. Day, D.C., Comments by Debbie Ruble (oldest daughter) followed by her 3 sons Stephen, James and Nathan Ruble singing "I Will Glory in My Redeemer"

# 2: Grandsons Stephen, James and Nathan singing "Empty Me"

# 3: Comments by David A. Day, D.C. and the song with Brothers Daniel P. Day, D.C. and John N. Day, Ph.D. entitled "How Beautiful Heaven Must Be"

# 4: Daniel P. Day, D.C. (Ken and Margaret's third child) shares some thoughts with us.

# 5: Medley of songs sung by the Daniel Day family, Gina (wife), and children Abi, Daniel, Becca and Noah. "My Boat is So Little"...."Children of the Heavenly Father"......"When He Cometh".

# 6: John N. Day, Ph.D. (Ken and Margaret's fourth child) shares his heart - this is part 1 of 2.

# 7: John N. Day, Ph.D. continues his comments (part 2 of 2).

# 8: Patrick Day plays his violin for his Grandpa and Grandma Day

# 9: Elizabeth F. Day (Ken and Margaret's youngest child) shares her thoughts (part 1 of 2)

# 10: Elizabeth Day continues her comments (part 2 of 2)

# 11: All 5 siblings sing "In the Garden" and "Day by Day"

# 12: Debbie Ruble interviews Kenneth and Margaret about their early years and how they met.

# 13: The second half of the interview with Ken and Margaret continues.

# 14: Cake Cutting Ceremony part 1, start of "Immanuel's Land 

# 15: Cake Cutting Ceremony part 2, conclusion of "Immanuel's Land, Prayer of dedication.


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Come by our office Dr. Day and his brothers LOVE playing bluegrass together, and we hope that you will enjoy the music on the inaugeral CD. Dr. David Day wrote 2 of the songs on this album, the first is the title track "I'm not Fat, I'm Prime" and the "Stillaguamish River Waltz" in honor of river that ran next to the town where he was raised.