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STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY BILLIE WILSON

Orchestra Kentucky celebrated their Elm Street Society Members with a party held at the home of Bob and Gayla Warner. This was the second of four parties planned this year to recognize the Elm Street Society donors. These donors make a five year pledge to the Orchestra which helps ensure their ability to keep the music flowing in our Region. There are 5 levels of giving and the donors receive certain benefits including pre-concert receptions; invitations to four private parties annually; invitations to “meet the artist“ receptions; special parking privileges, priority on all seating changes; $50 gift card from our participating restaurants which includes 440 Main, Hickory and Oak and Mariah’s. In addition to their normal celebration, the society also celebrated the birthday of Jeff Reed. The group enjoyed live songs from the Music Man performed by a Trombone Quarlet.

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