Tahlequah Daily Press

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November 19, 2013

Snowflake Follies soccer fundraiser on tap

TAHLEQUAH — The second annual Snowflake Follies music fundraiser to benefit the Tahlequah High School soccer program will be Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Dream Theater. It will begin at 7:30 p.m., or soon after the Christmas parade ends.

The event will feature some of Tahlequah’s favorite entertainers singing or performing Christmas carols. A silent auction is being sponsored by the Soccer Parent Committee, and refreshments will be available.

Shawn Arthur returns as emcee of the fundraiser. Entertainers will include the THS Show Choir, THS Pom Squad, TMS Pom Squad, puppeteer Peggy Kaney, Tess Childers, Kenley Weston, Bob Daniel, Buddy Stacy, Francie Fite, Max McCollough, Dan Garber, Dennis and Kathy Tibbits, Paul Davidson and John Fite.

The holiday music will be followed this year by the Seneca St. Band with members Mark Sweeney, Wes Combs, Jim Loftin and John Fite.

The THS Lady Tigers soccer team are selling tickets for $10 each, and they are also available at Cashmere Lane, Cochran Real Estate, RemedyBlu, The Spider Gallery, or Urgent Care on the Bertha Parker Bypass. Look for the snowflake signs.

To donate items to the silent auction or get tickets, contact Diane Walker at (918) 931-0516, Diane Weston at (918) 931-7756, or Renee Fite at (918) 457-7345.

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