Band returns to play for school benefit

The Carol Adams Band returns to the Old Cowboy Ranch in Westbridge for play a benefit for the West Boundary Elementary PAC

Back by popular demand – the Carol Adams Band will play benefit gig at Old Cowboy ranch on June 29 to benefit WBES PAC.

On June 29th the Carol Adams Band returns to the Boundary. The band will be playing a Benefit Concert with donations going to the West Boundary Elementary School.

The concert will be held at the Old Cowboy Ranch in Westbridge. Last year they played a benefit concert for the Vanhaesebrouck Family after they sustained extensive damage to their home and property when a stream jumped it’s banks and went straight through their home and property.

The band consists of five friends from Vancouver doing what they love best, playing music for charity. Their last performance at the coast was WIGS for KIDS, Cancer patients.

So come on out & enjoy an evening of great music of classic Rock & Blues. Remember the KIDS are our FUTURE.

There is a $5 gate fee and a concession will be available.


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