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October 21, 2005

Leesburg- Community Superfest 2005 will be held in the auditorium of the Lee County High School Saturday evening. The concert will feature a number of area ministers and recording artists, as well as Steller Award winning group Rizen.

Organizers says the concert is for anyone who enjoys contemporary and traditional gospel music.

"This is a history-making event. Never before in the city of Leesburg has anything of this nature ever been at the high school, so we're just very glad to be pioneers to be a first to do something in the communnity," says event organizer Trisha Batten.

Tickets are $36 will be available at the door. Groups of ten or more will receive a discount. The concert will run from 6 to 8 PM Saturday.

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