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“Valley Strong” concert by Kathy Mattea on July 27 benefits Platte Valley non-profits

We received this info from Brush Creek Ranch. Looks like a great concert for a great cause:


The concert, presented by Brush Creek Ranch at Platte Valley Community Center, benefits area non-profits.

We’re excited to present the “Valley Strong” concert fundraiser to benefit local Platte Valley charities on Saturday, July 27 at 8:00pm at the Platte Valley Community Center in Saratoga. The concert will feature Kathy Mattea, Country Music Association award-winning vocalist, who will bring her authentic style of country, pop and bluegrass music to Saratoga, singing favorites from her 17 albums. We hope this will be a night to remember for everyone in Saratoga and raise money for important causes at the same time!

Tickets may be purchased through participating organizations that include: BEVO 4-H; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Grand Encampment Opera Co; Heart to Heart Laramie; Platte Valley Community Center Foundation; Saratoga Lions Club; Saratoga Museum Board; United Way of Carbon County; Wyoming Stock Growers Trust; Corbett Medical Foundation, Trout Unlimited and Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust.

Prices range from $50, $75 and $100 with limited $200 VIP seating level that includes a private ‘meet & greet’ with Kathy Mattea. Underwritten by Brush Creek Ranch, 100% of the ticket proceeds go directly to the charity organizations.

For additional information and an updated list of organizations with tickets available, contact the Platte Valley Community Center at 307-326-7822 visit www.pvcenter.org or email: valleystrong@brushcreekranch.com.

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