ST. GEORGE — A fundraising dinner and concert to benefit ranchers and families will be held Thursday at the Cottontown Village, 25 N. 300 West, in Washington City.
Billed as a fundraiser with “proceeds going to families impacted by recent land grabs,” the event will include music from John Houston’s Gospel Choir along with other local artists. Jeanette Finicum will also be present, signing copies of her late husband LaVoy’s book, “Only by Blood and Suffering.”
Admission is $20 per person and includes food from local restaurants: Olive Garden, Irmita’s Casita, Truffles Market, Green Iguana Mexican Restaurant, The Sugar Cookie and Curtis Bakery.
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- What: “Support Our Ranchers” benefit dinner and concert featuring John Houston’s Gospel Choir.
- When: Thursday, June 8, 7-9 p.m.
- Where: Cottontown Village, 25 N. 300 West, Washington City.
- Details: $20 per person – admission includes food and entertainment and, according to the promoter’s news release: “All proceeds to benefit ranchers and their families impacted by recent land grabs.”
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