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The Hunts headline free 'Celebrate Community' show

2:25 PM, Oct. 22, 2013
The Hunts, an indie-folk group of seven brothers and sisters, headline the free 'Celebrate Community' concert Oct. 26 at Door Community Auditorium.
The Hunts, an indie-folk group of seven brothers and sisters, headline the free 'Celebrate Community' concert Oct. 26 at Door Community Auditorium.
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The annual "Celebrate Community" free concert sponsored by Ministry Door County Medical Center at Door Community Auditorium will celebrate its 20th year Saturday with a performance by sibling indie-folk septet The Hunts, with guest artist Dorothy Scott and the MDCMC Children's Choir opening the show.

Hailing from Chesapeake, Va., these seven brothers and sisters collaborate one another's gifts of writing, composing and musicianship to create compelling music, with stringed instruments surrounded by enchanting harmonies and rhythms.

The Hunts have toured the country and around ...

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