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Wednesday September 20th, 2017 9:32PM

John Jarrard benefit concert is Sept. 16

By Ken Stanford Reporter

The 16th annual John Jarrard Foundation Concert will be held in Gainesville Saturday, Sept. 16, on the front lawn at Brenau University.

It will begin at 6:00.

Click here for details about the concert, its history and the line-up for entertainers for this year.

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