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I have owned the Motel in the Meadow in Chester, VT for over 8 years. Upon moving here it struck me that with this large meadow I had the perfect venue to have a concert to honor the good friends I've lost to breast cancer. This will be our seventh year hosting this event. All money raised goes to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. This year should be the best yet. We are going to be a two day event on both Saturday July 11th & Sunday the 12th.
Saturday will be our regular concert from 1 -- 7 pm and will include for the first time Mark Shelton of Newport , VT www.sonicbids.com/MarkShelton. Returning to our stage will be the fan favorites the Stockwell Brothers from Putney VT , Tom Hitchcock and the Never Be Brothers from Springfield , VT , John Taylor and Mike Leuci from NY, Rob Cannillo from Florida , NY, and Chester's own GB 101. Aside from all this wonderful talent donating their time and performing under the tent we have the New England Dukes of Hazzard and their cars on display. Curtis' Bar-be-que will have their famous Ribs. TARPS will be cooking hot dogs and burgers for all to enjoy and of course snow cones, popcorn, and fried bread dough for the kid in all of us. Local crafters will be displaying their wares as well as a magnificent Silent Auction.
On Sunday from 10:30 to 2pm come for breakfast of French Toast & Sausage and stay for a good old fashioned Tent Hymn Sing with the Rusty Pickup Band from Peru, VT and Mark Shelton performing again as well.
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