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February 26, 2014

Soccer fundraiser gets jazzy

TAHLEQUAH — “A Love of Jazz,” the second annual music and a meal fundraiser for the Tahlequah High School soccer program, is Friday, Feb. 28 at the NSU Jazz Lab. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the meal is being served from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Music will be throughout the meal and continue until 9.

Tickets are available from soccer players or at these downtown merchants: Junie’s Closet, Cashmere Lane, and Everything Under the Sun. The boutiques will donate 10 percent of their retail sales for two weeks following the show to anyone providing a coupon from at the show.

House band this year includes John Fite, Matt Farinelli and Ron Boren. Performing will be THS Show Choir, Tess Childers, Kenley Weston, Shawn Arthur, Dr. Tracey Childers, Michael Rapp, Brian Gaylor, Mike Allen, Neicey and Joel Finch, and Dennis and Kathy Tibbits.

For tickets, contact Diane Walker at (918) 931-0516, Diane Weston at (918) 931-7736, or Renee Fite at (918) 457-7345.

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