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My top 10: David Lynott, Grass Valley

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Top 10 Reasons to attend “SPIRITFEST” fund-raiser Oct. 8:

1. The bands and artists are top rate.

2. It is for a worthy cause.



3. The art will be original and from local artists.

4. The bands will play unique and foot-stomping music.




5. It is an event that will honor the community.

6. The food will be delicious and delightful.

7. The event goes on all evening.

8. This is a festival you won’t want to miss.

9. It will be both funky and exotic.

10. You will leave the Center for the Arts with a smile on your face and your heart will be leaping for joy.

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“SPIRITFEST” is a fund-raiser for SPIRIT Inc., a nonprofit that offers counseling and advocacy for mental-health concerns. The fund-raiser is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 8, from 5 to 11 p.m. at the Center for the Arts in Grass Valley. For tickets or more information, call Lynott at 274-1431.

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If you are a western Nevada County resident who has a top 10 list of his or her own, contact David Mirhadi at davidm@theunion.com or call 477-4229.


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