South Florida Bluegrass Association
Preserving our Musical Heritage with a free monthly Bluegrass Festival, jams, an annual 3-day Everglades Festival, community outreach, and more!
Below is only 20 minutes of archived live-stream video from our January 3rd monthly Festival. The rest to be added.
Live stream from December 6th below.
BACK AT GREYNOLDS
Sunday, Nov 1st!!!
MICHAEL (MIKE) BEDELL HATCHER passed away in Miami, Florida on February 10, 2021 following several years on dialysis. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama and is survived by his family there including his mother Julia J. Hatcher and sister Ronetta L. Hatcher and was predceased by his father Ronald C. Hatcher, Sr and brothers Ronald C. Hatcher, Jr and Randall L. Hatcher. He is also survived by his close friends in Miami and Homestead, Florida Pastor Patrick Hadley, Maryannette and Sidney Robinson, Cathie Cotton Stocking, Lee and Dewey Steele, Holly Howlett and Barry J. White. He will be interred next to his long time companion Carol-Jean Larson.
Mike was a Veteran having served in the U.S Navy. He was a grower and an agricultural contractor in the Redland agricultural area in Homestead. He was also very active in many civic organizations including the Redland Citizens Association (President), the South Florida Bluegrass Association, the Miami-Dade County Transportation Planning Organization, Citizens Allied for Safe Energy, Inc. and Greater Miami Festivals and Events Association. Graveside services will be held on Saturday, February 20, 2021 at noon at Miami Memorial Park, 6200 SW 77 Ave, Miami, FL 33i43. Tributes can be made in care of the Robinsons 305-776-8571.
Denny Worley passed away October 31st, 2020. He was a well loved lifetime member of the South Florida Bluegrass Association for over 35 years. He was Sergeant at Arms for the Association and in charge of Security for both Everglades and Monthly Festivals. He was always cheerful and rarely missed a board meeting. He also brought all the audio equipment to and from the warehouse in the late 70s, 80s, and 90s. He is very much missed.
Denny was a long-time employee of Eastern Airlines. He was also an advocate for Alcoholics Annonymous.
Denny’s wife, Joann also a dedicated lifetime member passed away 2 years ago. She ran the sales table and often brought baked goods to the festivals.
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