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NEATs To Hold Benefit Concert

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The Northeast Active Timers (NEATs) will hold its annual Benefit Concert “Celebrating Freedom, Hope, and Centenarians” on Sunday, July 28, at 2:30 pm in the Sanctuary of Yale Avenue Christian Church, corner of 36th & Yale Ave. in Tulsa.

Featured musicians include Mary Stacy, pianist from Wagoner; Tulsa Camerata with Dana Hughes – flute, Paul Roberts – viola, and Lorelei Barton – harp; the Steven Raiford Family of Jenks: Judith, Steve, William, and Abigail, accompanied by Donald Ryan of Jenks.  Several centenarians will be inducted into the Centenarian Club of Oklahoma by Rev. Richard V. Ziglar, executive director of NEATs. The public is cordially invited; the offering will benefit NEATs.  Hosting the reception, honoring centenarians, will be Woodland Terrace and Burgundy Place Retirement Communities.  For more information, call 918-743-1303.

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