PCA Students Record Song Benefiting Baylor Bramble

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Five PCA 7th grade students recently recorded a song to benefit Baylor Bramble. The song titled 'I Do Too' was written by PCA parent and songwriter Tim James and was recorded in a studio in Murfreesboro. All proceeds from the sale of the song will go to the Bramble family.

Baylor Bramble attended PCA for several years and his mother, Christy, served on the PCA faculty. Two of the students who recorded the song had Christy as a Kindergarten teacher and they wanted to do something to support her family.

The student group, called the Treblemakerz, first played 'I Do Too' at a benefit for Baylor at Siegel High School. The group is made up of: Sadie Morgan (vocal and keyboard), Carter Parker (bass guitar), Margaret Ann Keach (vocal and guitar), Joshua Hearns (drums), and Paxton Rigdon (vocal and guitar).


"At PCA, we encourage our students to find opportunities to serve those in our community," states Dr. Bill Mott, PCA Headmaster. "We believe that serving our community in the name of Christ is an integral part of accomplishing the mission of our school. Our prayers continue to be with the Bramble family."

Providence Christian Academy, founded in 1996, is an academically advanced, inter-denominational classical Christian school. PCA's mission is to teach students to seek God's truth and equip them with the tools for a lifetime of learning. There are more than 475 students enrolled in Pre-K - 12th grade. PCA is now accepting student applications for the 2018-2019 academic year. To learn more call the PCA office at (615) 904-0902 or visit www.providencechrisitan.com.


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