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Chords For A Cause: The WoodSongs Dalton Concerts Are Back

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“Music that matters” is the mantra of WoodSongs Dalton.

The concert series with an Americana flavor returns with a performance on Saturday, January 28th at the First Presbyterian Church, starting at 6 PM - with a second performance in February and a third in March.

Proceeds from the series benefit the DEO Clinic in Dalton - which provides free health care to people with low or no income, no insurance and few options.

Thom Brown - the former executive director of the Clinic - steers WoodSongs Dalton.

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