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May 22, 2007

Albany - A gospel benefit concert will be held in Albany this Friday for a little boy who's awaiting an intestinal transplant.

Brian LaSalle, a member of the gospel group Faith By Grace, is organizing the concert to benefit seven year old Easton Blanchard. The concert will be held at Liberty Baptist Church on highway 19 South.

"It would just light our whole world up to see his family get all the care he needs. That's our main focus, making sure he gets all the medical attention he deserves," he said.

The concert starts at 6:30. There's no charge to get in, but donations are encouraged.

Faith by Grace, Southern Majesty, Harmony Boys will be playing.

If you can't make the concert this Friday, don't worry. You'll have another opportunity on June 9th at First Church of the Nazarene.  There you can see Visions, Souther Majesty and Faith By Grace.

 

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