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Community Rock and Roll n Reggae To Save Tenino Trees

Contact: Christine Hartman 360.264.5190

Tenino WA.
A fundraising concert will be held in Tenino Park on Sunday, August 17th immediately following the Quarrymans Auto show from 2-7pm featuring Mud Bay Blues Band, with guest George Barner, Randy Linder and the duo Croonella, and the Planetary People Reggae band. The concert is being sponsored by the Tenino Park Task Force Fundraising Committee, the Heernet Foundation, Friends of Tenino, local business and supporters to raise matching money for a land acquisition grant to purchase 12 acres of land
currently owned by Weyerhaeuser above the quarry pool. Weyerhaeuser has postponed their planned harvest for one year to give the Tenino groups and the Heernett Foundaion an opportunity to raise the funds to expand the park and protect the quarry.
We feel this is a perfect match for the auto show to have a rock and roll concert to raise funds for this shared community project. It gives folks the opportunity to see importance of those trees above the quarry pool firsthand, explained concert organizer Christine Hartman of Tenino.

Admission for the concert will be $10 dollars with food vending available during the show. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs, help save the trees, and be a part of this community effort in Tenino.

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