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Who Solemn Old Judge George D. Hay
When September 3, 2010
Where Mammoth Spring, AR
What Solemn Old Judge Days slated for weekend
 

On Friday, Sept. 3, local performers will present the play: "Reflections in the Spring" at dusk, on the pavilion at the Mammoth Spring State Park. The plays tells the story of Mammoth Spring's connection to the Grand Ole Opry.

George D. Hay, who was a reporter for the Memphis Commercial Appeal, attended the hoedown in Mammoth Spring while he was here on an assignment and later wrote in his history of the Opry that he was inspired by the musicians he heard at that hoedown. The play was written by local author Martha Bennet. Music is performed by the Mammoth Spring Strings and the cast of the play.

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