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By Marc Lutz
Wrangell Sentinel 

Family band delivers Powers-full performance at first Music in the Parks concert

 

Marc Lutz/Wrangell Sentinel

Married duo Shelley and Dan Powers perform the bluegrass song "Man of Constant Sorrow" at the first Music in the Park concert last Wednesday evening at Shoemaker Park. A large crowd gathered to enjoy music and free food provided by the Parks and Recreation Department and event sponsors.

A babbling creek and screeching eagles weren't the only music that could be heard among the swaying trees at Shoemaker Bay.

The first Music in the Parks concert was held at Shoemaker Park last Wednesday evening, with about 200 people listening to the tunes played by artists Kaylauna Churchill-Warren and The Powers.

First Bank and Alaska Marine Lines sponsored the free concert, which was organized by the Parks and Recreation Department. The Wrangell Police Department donated 250 hamburgers and 250 hot dogs, and Chief Tom Radke spent the evening grilling them up for hungry attendees.

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