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After the success of the first run, Atomic City Circuit Riders are warming up for another fundraiser effort for the Los Alamos Relay for Life.
The team, which is from the First United Methodist Church, will hold a musical revue and barbecue dinner at 5:30 p.m. May 31 at the church’s Fellowship Hall.
Discipleship Coordinator Ann LePage said, members of the congregation will take the stage.
“We have volunteers come and perform something of their choice,” she said.
All types of music will be represented, including Cajun music.
Besides the music, a free barbecue dinner and homemade desserts will be served.
Also, “the hat will be passed” to collect money for the Relay team.
In its first year, the fundraiser earned about $1,200. The goal this year, LePage said, is to raise more than that amount.
This event will be the main fundraiser for the team, LePage said.
She encourages everyone in the community to join the fun. “We have very talented musical people here,” she said. “(People) are certainly going to get a nice musical concert and they’re going to get a free meal and they’re going to get to contribute to a really worthy cause.”
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