Friday, June 4, 2010

Grizz Project To Present Benefit Concert

Mountain Mail Reports

The Grizz Project of Magdalena Aiding Animals, Inc. is presenting a benefit concert by folk singer Mac Johnson, Saturday, June 19, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Bear Mountain Coffee House in Magdalena.
Mac Johnson first began playing the guitar at age 11. His grandfather, who played on the Grand Ole Opry in the 1930’s, helped Mac pick out his first guitar and taught him to chord, pick and sing. Since then, Mac has been playing folk, cowboy and country music, as well as performing in staged productions and Country Gospel programs in various cities in Nevada.
Cash donations accepted in lieu of a concert cover charge will benefit The Grizz Project, a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to relieving suffering and furthering the humane treatment of animals, most specifically, dogs, cats and horses, living in and around the Village of Magdalena.
Bear Mountain Coffee House and Art Gallery is located at 902 West First Street (Highway 60) in Magdalena.

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