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The Alton-Godfrey Rotary Club will welcome the Glendale Riders back to play for their annual Benefit Concert tonight. The band will be performing a traditional classic country concert along with a salute to military veterans at the 8th annual concert this (Friday) evening at Lewis & Clark Community College.
Proceeds of the concert will benefit the Alton-Godfrey Rotary Clubs scholarship fund. This fund awards $9,000 dollars in scholarships annually. Glendale Riders member Steve Schwegel tells The Big Z what you can expect.
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The concert will take place at 7pm at the Ann Whitney Olin Theater in the Hatheway Cultural Center. Tickets are $20. You can get tickets from Alton-Godfrey Rotary Club members, Norton-Rain Insurance on State Street in Alton, Karen Wilson State Farm Insurance on Tolle Lane in Godfrey, WBGZ Radio on Market Street in Alton, Scheffel Boyle on State Street in Alton, and Alton Physical Therapy on Clawson Street in Alton.