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Jumpin' Jehosafats to perform July 21 at Pine River church

A free will donation jar will be available to help support the Pine River-Backus grades K-12 Tiger Den food bank.

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The Jumpin' Jehosafats performed an outdoor concert in a past year.
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PINE RIVER — The Jumpin' Jehosafats will be back for another free outdoor jazz concert at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 21, at Pine River United Methodist Church.

The band will perform outside on Third Street (or in the sanctuary if the weather doesn't cooperate).

Free hot dogs, chips and root beer floats will be served just before and during the concert.

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Bring a lawn chair.

A free will donation jar will be available to help support the Pine River-Backus grades K-12 Tiger Den food bank.

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The Jumpin' Jehosafats performed an indoor concert in a past year.
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