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Concert benefits Salvation Army

December 1, 2012

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A live concert to benefit the Sedalia Salvation Army was held Friday night, Nov. 30 at the Heckart Center for the Performing Arts on the Smith-Cotton High School campus.

Headlining the event was Full Moon Band, which performed a two-hour set. Other acts included vocalist Ashton Faith Thompson from Cole Camp, singer and guitarist Sheryl Clapton from Columbia and a brass ensemble from S-C.

There were several door prizes (donated by local businesses) given away to lucky concert attendees, in addition to a raffled Waterloo toolbox.

The three-hour event was hosted by Bruce Enrietto from KXKX 105-FM. Photos by Randy Kirby, Sedalia News Journal.


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