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Into the Night: Contemporary Christian concert with a cause set Saturday on the square

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    SULPHUR SPRINGS – “Into the Night,” a contemporary Christian concert event, will be held on Celebration Plaza Saturday, June 14, beginning at 6 p.m. with a paid meet and greet with the artists.

    Proceeds Proceeds from the meet and greet will benefit Still Creek Ranch in Bryan, a facility that rescues kids ages 5-17 from dangerous and abusive situations.  
    “Your $25 donation gets you a V.I.P. pass, a tour T-shirt, gifts, pizza and a chance to meet the performing artists,” said Gus Gustafson, Community Development Specialist for the city of Sulphur Springs. “The bands donate their time and talents for Still Creek Ranch.”
    According to their website, www.stillcreekranch.org, the organization’s mission is “rescuing the homeless, abuse, traded and forgotten. The program rescues both boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 17.
    “We’re excited to be one of the participating cities from around the Nation, as a tour performance stop,” Gustafson said.  
    The bands making the Sulphur Springs tour stop include Kindred Acoustic, Jay 3 & Brittannee, Raising Abel and Slaves Wage.  
    “There will be a lot of talent on one stage Saturday night, representing a variety of genres from Hard Rock to Praise and Worship,” Gustafson said.
    The action starts at 6 p.m., with the meet and greet.
    The concert is free, with music beginning at 7 p.m. 

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