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March 4, 2014

Songs 'n Sweets set for March 23

LAPEL — Lapel’s Community Band kicks off the 2014 concert season with its sixth annual benefit concert for the Lapel Community Food Pantry on Sunday, March 23, at 3 p.m. at Trinity Life Center, Indiana 13 and 38 near Pendleton.

Songs ‘n Sweets is a dessert concert. All desserts are being prepared by Amy Hans, owner of A Slice of Heaven Cakery in Lapel. The program features guest vocalists, Mike Nicholson, Lapel, performing “You Raise Me Up” and Greg and Gay Scott, Lapel, performing “˜Let There Be Peace on Earth.” The program includes a salute to Frank Sinatra and the music of Marvin Hamlisch.

Tickets are $5 for the dessert concert and are available from band members and at the door at the time of the concert. Price of admission includes the concert and desserts following the program. Nonperishable food items are also welcome. Suggested food items include peanut butter, canned meats and fish or beans; cereal, pasta or rice is also needed. Canned fruit is always welcomed.

All proceeds benefit the Lapel Community Food Pantry operated by the churches of Lapel and Perkinsville Community Church.

For more information about the spring concert and the summer and holiday concerts, visit www.lapelcommunityband.com.

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