Jerry Williams “Riding for the Son” mp3 synced to scenes from the CMA Springfield MO Chapter #103.
Angel Reading in Springfield MO on 9/15/2017 by Steffany Barton.
John Q. Hammons
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The rain earlier on Saturday didn’t keep people from around the area from checking out the Greek Festival here in Springfield.
It’s a family-oriented celebration of everything Greek, including native dancing and delicious food.
The event also had a photo booth where people could dresss up as Greek gods; there was also a silent auction and rides for the kids.
Those attending told us it’s about experiencing different cultures and different foods and that they saw a lot of commoraderie and togetherness at the festival.
“We just wanted to try somethign different, just to see what it’s like, see what the environemtn is like, the culture. We had never been to an orthodox church ebfore so we wanted to see what it’s like,” Otis Marshall said.
The Greek Festival is held by the Saint Thomas the Apostle Orthodox Church every year.
Second Nature by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (
(Sorry about the spelling) Chris Sessions, Jimmy Vavek, Kelse Powell, Travis Burke, Jimmy Finley, Dave Cummings, Chris Casey, Nathan Means, and one or two others.
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Highlights from the Liquid Nitro Arenacross Tour, Springfield MO, 1/3/15.
Towne Place Suites Marriott Springfield, Missouri
(Filmed with Iphone 5 for class)
Edited in After Effects and Sony Vegas
Audio Recorded in Audacity
Video and Voice: Caleb Eubanks
SONG: Heavy Duty – Ceci N’est Pas (DJ CALY Remake)
Sunday March 5, 2017
Street Interviews on sex trafficking from the streets of downtown Springfield, MO. A big thank you to Ben Clanton for filming this segment as well as editing a good portion of it. Also, thank you to Chelsea Jones and Beth Beeson for being my spokespeople on this video.
The music playing in the background is “Fire It Up” by Thousand Foot Krutch.
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Chipman Tucker, Steve Dowell, Gary Jayne, Terry Jones
Quartet Singers of Baptist Temple in Springfield, MIssouri. Easter 4/20/14