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Julie Hardin: Thanks for the hometown hospitality

InConcert Sierra would like to thank the Grass Valley Courtyard Suites for their exceptional service.

On Sunday, Oct. 18, they hosted our concert musicians, violinist Joshua Bell and pianist Sam Haywood. Many thanks especially to Sara and Danielle who both made sure that every need was met. We can’t say enough.

It’s comforting to know that we can send out-of-town guests to the Courtyard Suites with the utmost confidence that their stay will be welcoming and memorable.



Julie Hardin

Penn Valley


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