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Connecting with Members How many people does it take to make a difference?
Connecting with Members Ten (10) little members standing in a line, One disliked the leader, then there were …
Connecting with Members Nine (9) ambitious members offered to work late, One forgot her promise, then there were …
Connecting with Members Eight (8) creative members had ideas good as heaven, One lost enthusiasm, then there were …
Connecting with Members Seven (7) loyal members got into a fix, They quarreled over programs, then there were …
Connecting with Members Six (6) members remained with spirit and drive, One moved away, then there were …
Connecting with Members Five (5) steadfast members wished there were more, One became indifferent, then there were …
Connecting with Members Four (4) cheerful members who never disagree, ‘Til one complained of meetings, then there were …
Connecting with Members Three (3) eager members! What do they do? One got discouraged, then there were …
Connecting with Members Two (2) lonely members, our rhyme is nearly done, One joined the bridge club, then there was …
Connecting with Members One (1) faithful member who was feeling rather blue, Met with a colleague, then there were …
Connecting with Members Two (2) earnest members, each enrolled one more, Doubling their number, then there were …
Connecting with Members Four (4) determined members just couldn’t wait, ‘Til each won another, then there were …
Connecting with Members Eight (8) excited members, signed up 16 more …
Connecting with Members In another six verses, there’ll be 1,024
Connecting with Members It only takes one person to make a difference, and that person is YOU!
CLICK THE NUMBERS IN SEQUENCE
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ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX SEVEN EIGHT NINE TEN CLICK THE NUMBERS IN SEQUENCE.
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Children, Go Where I Send Thee
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