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Bemidji Area Church Musicians to hold recital June 15

The 35th season of the Bemidji Area Church Musicians Summer Recital Series continues at noon on Wednesday, June 15, at First Lutheran Church, 900 Bemidji Ave.

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BEMIDJI — The 35th season of the Bemidji Area Church Musicians Summer Recital Series continues at noon on Wednesday, June 15, at First Lutheran Church, 900 Bemidji Ave.

This recital will feature Melanie Hanson on violin and Sarah Carlson on organ.

A luncheon will follow the recital with a price to be announced, a release said.

The event is free and open to the public, a free-will offering will be received at the door for the scholarship programs of the BACM.

For further information call Kenneth Wold (218) 751-2554), Barb Fisher (218) 444-3442) or Shar Paquette (218) 751-1893).

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