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Pete Seeger would have been proud

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From page A10 | April 11, 2014 |

The Music Committee of the Davis Odd Fellows would like to thank all those who attended the last Thursday Live!Pete Seeger Tribute at the Davis Odd Fellows Hall. The musicians (Steve Kahn, Dick and Carol Holdstock, David Hafter, David Campos, Camila Ortiz, Barry Melton, Biscuits and Honey, Five Three Oh!, Clarence Van Hook, Bill Fairfield and Joe Craven) and author Jesse Drew donated their time and talent, and the audience donated $1,400 to the local charity RISE.

Thursday Live! is one of many events organized by Odd Fellow volunteers for the good of the community, and takes place on the first Thursday of each month at the Lodge Hall. It was an uplifting event that would have made Pete proud. Deepest thanks to all involved.

Kurt Roggli
Davis

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