Gavin Ryan, 13, and brother Logan, 16, are two talented musicians playing with the Oakhurst Community Band this Sunday in the free “Celebrate America” concert at Mountain Christian Center.
Gavin Ryan, 13, and brother Logan, 16, are two talented musicians playing with the Oakhurst Community Band this Sunday in the free “Celebrate America” concert at Mountain Christian Center. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
Gavin Ryan, 13, and brother Logan, 16, are two talented musicians playing with the Oakhurst Community Band this Sunday in the free “Celebrate America” concert at Mountain Christian Center. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

Oakhurst Community Band “Celebrate America” concert this Sunday

June 20, 2017 02:26 PM

UPDATED June 22, 2017 01:23 PM

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