Hospice accepts concert funds

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Left to right, Hospice of Chesterfield County executive director John Douglas and community relations director Cindy Beard accept a $4,000 check from Family Tree Concert Committee members Betty Coulson and Joe Middleton Tuesday, Jan. 21. The money was raised during the inaugural Family Tree concert Oct. 26, 2002, which was held at the Chesterfield Community Center and included reunion performances by members of the former bands Idlewilde South, Seaboard, Joe Saturday, The Teals Mill Band, and the Us Band. Organizers said a date has already been set and talks are underway for this year's Family Tree Concert in October. This was published Jan. 23, 2003, in The Cheraw Chronicle.
Left to right, Hospice of Chesterfield County executive director John Douglas and community relations director Cindy Beard accept a $4,000 check from Family Tree Concert Committee members Betty Coulson and Joe Middleton Tuesday, Jan. 21. The money was raised during the inaugural Family Tree concert Oct. 26, 2002, which was held at the Chesterfield Community Center and included reunion performances by members of the former bands Idlewilde South, Seaboard, Joe Saturday, The Teals Mill Band, and the Us Band. Organizers said a date has already been set and talks are underway for this year's Family Tree Concert in October. This was published Jan. 23, 2003, in The Cheraw Chronicle.
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Left to right, Hospice of Chesterfield County executive director John Douglas and community relations director Cindy Beard accept a $4,000 check from Family Tree Concert Committee members Betty Coulson and Joe Middleton Tuesday, Jan. 21. The money was raised during the inaugural Family Tree concert Oct. 26, 2002, which was held at the Chesterfield Community Center and included reunion performances by members of the former bands Idlewilde South, Seaboard, Joe Saturday, The Teals Mill Band, and the Us Band. Organizers said a date has already been set and talks are underway for this year’s Family Tree Concert in October. This was published Jan. 23, 2003, in The Cheraw Chronicle.

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