Everybody in Raytown even the Harpers is getting ready for Flounders day or Founders day but Mama Harper. It turns out that she was supposed to sing the song, "Oh Raytown," but the founder's descendant would sing the song even coming on her walker across the stage. When Iola breaks the news that the woman has died and the pageant might be canceled. Mama Harper now has a chance to reclaim after fifty years that she can sing in front of Raytown on Flounders day. When the piano tuner, Jane MacCauley, comes and tunes it, Mama is again facing unlikely competition from this girl who can belt or sing a tune much better than she ever could. Could Mama wreck Jane's chance or her own of singing "Oh Raytown?"
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