The person who composes our church paper asked me about the word "usher" - capitalize or not?: I say
I think "Ushers' Club" should be capitalized, but not just the word in an article about ushers. What about as a title of a specific usher? Capitlaize or not? I think yes. Thanks, Sharon
In the context you want to use it, you are correct. Otherwise, it would be a small u.
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