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Sunday concert to raise money for Relay for Life

Published: Thursday, April 11, 2013 1:15 a.m. CDT
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The Midlife Crisis Band are (from left) Ken Von Holten, 54, on guitar; Bruce Johnson, 52, also on guitar; Andy Pitsch, 55, on drums; Howard Melchi, 53, on bass; and Marty Huntley, 54, on keyboards and vocals.

STERLING – The Biggest Little Music Show in Town, a benefit for a local American Cancer Society Relay for Life team, begins at 2 p.m. Sunday at Bethel Reformed Church, 230 E. 23rd St.

The concert will feature the dulcimer band The String-A-Longs and the five-member Midlife Crisis band, which plays contemporary Christian and classic rock music.

The concert is sponsored by the Up All Night For a Reason Relay for Life team and its captain, Cheryl Faber.

Admission is $5 for 11 and older, and $3 for ages 10 and younger, and includes dessert and a drink. Tickets are available at SBM, 501 Locust St., at 815-590-1614 and at the door.

Relay For Life is the society’s main volunteer-driven fundraiser. Relays and events such as Sunday’s concert are held in towns across the nation, to raise money for the society’s programs, which provide patient support, education, and treatment, as well as cancer prevention and research.

Go to relayforlife.org to donate or to learn more.

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