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Burnt Church Bluegrass Festival showcasing talented musicians Sept. 10

The Burnt Church Bluegrass Festival will feature 10 bands, including Crosswind Bluegrass.

The annual Burnt Church Bluegrass Festival is set for Saturday, Sept. 10.
The festival at 110 School Drive is the largest fundraiser for the Burnt Church Community Center. The fun starts at noon.
“We invite everyone to come out to the beautiful country setting to enjoy bluegrass music, good food, fun and friendly folks,” said Jane Jerrolds, Burnt Church Community Center treasurer.
From noon until 1 p.m., there will be an open mic for artists wishing to showcase their music.
“We look forward to people getting on stage and showing us their talent,” Jerrolds invited.
Ten bands are scheduled to perform at 1 p.m.
They include Good Time Grass, Southern Sound, Hatchie Bottom Boys, Lisa Lambert Band, Good Time Grass, Rudy Moore & Bluegrass Pals, Wayne Jerrolds & Savannah Grass, Holt Family, Scottie Baugus and Boone Creek Bluegrass, Courthouse Pickers, and Crosswind Bluegrass.
Food such as hamburgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, beans, cornbread and an assortment of desserts is available all day.
Jerrolds encourages festival-goers to bring their lawn chairs and plan to stay and have a good time.
“Come early and stay late for the family friendly celebration,” said Jerrolds.
She added, “We appreciate all our sponsors and visitors. Special thanks to our volunteers and supporters who help keep the community center open.”
Volunteers are also needed to help with the festival.
A small admission fee is charged for those age 12 and over. For more information call 731-458-7888 or 731-925-3683.
Donations can also be mailed to: Burnt Church Community Center, 110 School Dr., Savannah, TN, 38372.

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