Band jams for charity at Americana Music Night

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Posted 3/12/19

The Hilltop Station Band jammed out at the Hilltop Schoolhouse near Parker for Americana Music Night March 2. The concert benefited a project to send care packages to soldiers overseas. With two …

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Band jams for charity at Americana Music Night

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The Hilltop Station Band jammed out at the Hilltop Schoolhouse near Parker for Americana Music Night March 2. The concert benefited a project to send care packages to soldiers overseas.

With two guitars and a banjo, the Franktown performers, Olivia Angus, Stanley Plant and Richard Linwood, played folk-style music to a crowd of local listeners.

A group at the Parker Evangelical Presbyterian Church puts together personal supplies for soldiers stationed overseas. Next year, Americana Music Night will be held in the summer with a pie-making contest and homemade ice cream.

The Hilltop Schoolhouse will have events throughout the year. May 4 is the Hilltop Fair with the United Church of Christ across the street. That event is also free. Donations to that event will benefit the schoolhouse.

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