Best of the Eagles band to perform hospital fundraiser


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  • Eagles Tribute Concert committee members, front row (from left): Katy Wood, Karen Hermey, Sally Rapp, Joan Buehl. Back row: Carol Sturm, Martha Wilson, Diane Fox, Steve Kaminsky, Opal Hocker, Pat Schultz, Kathie Carlson. (Photo provided)




— The Best of the Eagles band is said to be the ultimate Eagles tribute experience — “the most exact interpretation of the music of the Eagles in America." And from 4 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 23, they will be preforming live at Woodloch Pines Resort Night Club to raise money for the Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.

The tribute band will perform classic Eagles hits.

“The Best of the Eagles is made up of six members who expertly recreate the music of the Eagles,” said Auxilian Martha Wilson, who co-chairs the concert committee with Diane Fox. “Instrumentally and vocally, these excellent musicians deliver a concert guaranteed to have you smiling!”

The Best of the Eagles, established in 2012, performs hits such as "Take It Easy," "Hotel California," "Witchy Woman," and "Take it to the Limit." The band often plays to sold-out audiences.

All proceeds from the concert will benefit the ongoing expansion of the hospital’s facilities and physician recruitment. The new tower is expected to house 50 private patient rooms, which will greatly improve patient care once the expansion is complete.

Doors open at 3 p.m. with open seating. Tickets are $40 per person with a cash bar inside the venue. For information or tickets, call Katy at 570-647-6427 or Joan at 570-226-9750.



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