February 13, 2016

Double Delight entertains crowd at Arenac County Park

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Double Delight plays a mix of music, from jazz to 1950s-‘60s rock.
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Ronda Mrock-Parks and Duane Dasse of Sims Township dance to Double Delight’s rendition of “What a Wonderful World.”
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Jim Herzog, president of the Au Gres Lions Club, sits with his dog Jessie after introducing the concert.
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Fred-Dee the clown puts together a balloon animal for some children at the concert Aug. 30.
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Nick Heinrich, 4, of Commerce Township chases after bubbles being produced by the Shriners’ bubble machine.
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A crowd starts to gather for the Double Delight show at the Arenac County Park on Aug. 30.

By Kevin Bunch
Staff Writer | news@arenacindependent.com
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Au GRES TWP. — A sizable audience gathered at the Arenac County Park in Au Gres Township Thursday, Aug. 30, to see the band Double Delight play in the park pavilion.

The Shriners and Au Gres Lions Club were at the program taking donations to help out local children, while clowns made balloon animals for child attendees.

The concert is a part of the summer concert series put together by the Arenac County Heritage Route Authority, and was one of three shows scheduled on the eastern side of the county. The final concert is scheduled for Sept. 13, and is Omer City Limits playing at the Omer Library Park.


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