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Crosby bluegrass band to perform at Pine River church service Oct. 30

The Churchyard Gospel Bluegrass Band has performed four times at Pine River United Methodist Church

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PINE RIVER — The Churchyard Gospel Bluegrass Band from Immanuel Lutheran Church in Crosby will perform during the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday, Oct. 30, at Pine River United Methodist Church.

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This will be the band's fifth time performing at the church on Barclay Avenue in Pine River.

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