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August 18, 2013

Happenings: Survey, concert, food drive

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Summer concert series continues

GREENTOWN — Music At The Fountain is at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22. It is a summer concert series continuing weekly through Sept. 12, and it begins at 7 p.m. each evening. The location in Greentown is north of the stoplight on Meridian Street in front of the fountain and the Greentown Glass Museum, 112 N Meridian St., Greentown.

Performances are free, but concertgoers are asked to bring a lawn chair and enjoy a wonderful evening of music, fun and fellowship. At intermission, there is an "old fashioned" cake walk which has become an enjoyable part of the evening. The rain location is at the Eastern High School cafetorium.

Please contact Gary Buckley at 765-628-7008 for additional information.

Food collected at football games

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