flowery doc martens Bluegrass Concert Is On Sunday Easton Area
The duo specializes in bluegrass but also adds its own style to traditional and contemporary folk music, including standards like “A Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight” and “Let Me Call You Sweetheart.”
The duo also plays original pieces by the Canadian born Roblin.
The performance is the fifth in an eight week series of free concerts in the city’s Sunday in the Park program. The site is in Riverside Park, Larry Holmes Drive.
Proceeds from food sales will benefit the Easton High School band’s trip to Pasadena, Calif., to perform in the Rose Bowl Parade.
The Two Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce has a new chairman Dr. Michael H. Danjczek, president and executive director of the Children’s Home of Easton.
Danjczek previously was Two Rivers first vice chairman and vice chairman for economic development.
Ken Buck, a vice president of SI Handling, Forks Township, was elected first vice chairman. He will lead the chamber’s strategic planning effort.
J. Michael Dowd was re elected president.
Elected to executive committee posts were Robert Conroy of Nazareth National Bank, chairman of the Economic Development Division; Henriatte Frey of Easton Hospital, chairwoman of the Small Business Council; Neil Norton, owner of Norton Enterprises, chairman of member activities, and Raymond McIntosh of First Fidelity Bank, treasurer. Baker Chemical Co., Phillipsburg; Philip Moll of Binney and Smith, Forks Township, and Norton.
Elected to one year terms were Lafayette College President Arthur Rothkopf; Craig Weintraub of Dun Bradstreet, Bethlehem, and Dr. Kenneth Wildrick of Wilson.
The dinner and entertainment will cost $28. Information and reservations are available by calling RaeAnn at 252 5327 or Tina at 258 2413.
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