Shelbyville Daily Union

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March 16, 2011

Wanda Mountain Boys at The Barn April 2

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — Tired of the winter weather and getting cabin fever? Want a night out to listen to Southern Gospel Music at a place that doesn't charge to get in and within a short driving distance?  What better way to celebrate spring than coming to The Barn (www.thebarn-pana.com) on April 2 and hear those Wanda Mountain Boys (www.wandamountainboys.com).

The Barn is still bringing quality and sincere Southern Gospel Music  with groups like The Wanda Mountain Boys and 2011 will be no exception. The people have come to expect and hear the best in Southern Gospel Music at The Barn. The program starts at 7:00 p.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m.  Joanne Clark, The Barn Lady, will open for this wonderful sincere group.

As always Love Boxes are by the entrance doors of the auditorium and all the donation in those boxes go to the group.  A donation box for The Barn is in the Product Room for those who wish to help with the expenses for The Barn.

We have a fun year scheduled with events at The Barn in conjunction with the singing, with our Ice Cream Social, The Annual Best of The Barn, Anniversary Month, Hot Potato Bar, Pie Month and Christmas cookies and candies.

For more information contact Joanne Clark (217)825-6713 or Judy Smith (217) 539-4221  The reserved seating tickets for The Best of The Barn will be available May 1, 2011.

The Barn is located between Pana, IL. and Tower Hill, IL. off of US. Rt. 16.  

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