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The “Who Knows Band” with Dale Barth, Rock for Strength II Event

Great Bear Golf Club June 16

Author: Visit Poconos/Monday, May 15, 2017/Categories: Poconos Events

Event date: 6/16/2017 Export event

(East Stroudsburg)  The Hope for Strength Breast Cancer Fund is partnering with the “Who Knows Band” with Dale Barth for the “Rock for Strength II” event.   The event is being held on Friday, June 16, 2017, at the Great Bear Golf Club, One Great Bear Court, East Stroudsburg, starting at 7:30 p.m.

Music by the “Who Knows Band”, a configuration of five musicians, is anything but what the name implies. They are always solid, thus the satire.  Bringing a wide range of music spanning five decades of music: folk, blues, classic rock, southern rock, pop, and rhythm and blues, they will not disappoint!  For more information about the band, contact Michele A. Cort Productions.  

Tickets are $10.00 each which can be purchased in advance or at the door.  Doors open at 7:00 p.m.  Enjoy a night out with your friends while supporting breast cancer patients.  Great Bear Golf Club will be providing a special dinner menu at reasonable prices and a signature drink specifically for this event.  There will also be a FREE candy buffet, a raffle and more!  You won’t want to miss this!  

All proceeds benefit the Hope for Strength Breast Cancer Fund helping to minimize the financial and emotional impact of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. Fund provides male and female breast cancer patients of the Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center, Lehigh Valley Hospital-Pocono,  assistance with their basic living expenses.

Contact Carole’ Ann F. Bowyer at Hopeforstrength2012@gmail.com or 570-977-0872 for tickets and information about the Hope for Strength Breast Cancer Fund.


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