River City Radio Hour program and dinner planned for Nov. 23


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Posted Online: Nov. 19, 2012, 3:40 pm
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Press release submitted byNarveen Aryaputri

It's that time again
3rd Year of The River City Radio Hour
Presenting:Joshua Forbes, TenorSax/Flute
Jon Moss, Bass
Corey Kendrick, Piano
Glorie Iaccarino, MC/Oral Essay
November 23, 2012
1530 Fifth Avenue, Moline, IL
Social Hour @ 5:30p.m.Dinner @ 6:30p.m. • Show @ 7:30p.m.
The Moline CommercialClubs' Chef Linda will be serving a magnificent Italian Thanksgiving dinner
prior to the show, by reservation only. Please call 309-762-8547 to makereservation. Elevator is at the 16th Street entrance.

Tickets for Dinner & Show:$25.00/person
Tickets for the show: $5.00/person
*This event is open to the public and the audience can attend the show withoutdinner.
Priority seating is given to guests who make dinner reservations.

















 




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