Back Mountain Chamber to host Jimmy Buffet tribute band Sept. 9


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The Back Mountain Chamber’s Cultural Event Committee will bring Jimmy and the Parrots to the Irem Country Club on Sept. 9. Pictured, first row, from left, Suzanne DePrimo, of Barber Ford; Susan Slocum, of state Sen. Lisa Baker’s office; Sandy Race, co-chair, of Penn State Wilkes-Barre; Cindy Post-Mitchell, co-chair, of Rich Soil/Carrie Flower; Joanne Gensel, of Mountain Beverage. Second row, Atty. Tom Mosca, of Mosca Law Offices; Royal Sutton, of the Back Mountain Men’s Ecumenical Group; Cheryl Summa, of Eye Care Specialists; Jim Reino, of UGI and Back Mountain Chamber president; Amy Campbell, of FNCB; Ross Spengler, of The Waterfront Complex; Marty Leandri, of First Keystone Community Bank. Missing from photo: Mary Blasé, Beth Culp, Bill Leandri, Donna Luksh, Nadine Wesolowski, Malcolm Williams, Dawn Wiringer, Ali Zurawski.


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DALLAS TWP. — The Back Mountain Chamber’s Cultural Event Committee will bring a Jimmy Buffet tribute band to the Back Mountain.

Jimmy and the Parrots will perform at the Irem Country Club pavilion Friday, Sept. 9. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for appetizers, beer, wine, soda, and a special Happy Hour signature drink, followed by food, desserts, drinks, music and more. The band will play from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.

Discounted tickets are currently on sale on the chamber’s website at www.backmountainchamber.org . Ten tickets reserve a table at $45 per ticket. Individual tickets are $50 each, and after July 15, tickets will be sold at the full price of $55.

Raffle table proceeds will benefit the 1st Lt. Michael J. Cleary Memorial Fund.

The Back Mountain Chamber’s Cultural Event Committee will bring Jimmy and the Parrots to the Irem Country Club on Sept. 9. Pictured, first row, from left, Suzanne DePrimo, of Barber Ford; Susan Slocum, of state Sen. Lisa Baker’s office; Sandy Race, co-chair, of Penn State Wilkes-Barre; Cindy Post-Mitchell, co-chair, of Rich Soil/Carrie Flower; Joanne Gensel, of Mountain Beverage. Second row, Atty. Tom Mosca, of Mosca Law Offices; Royal Sutton, of the Back Mountain Men’s Ecumenical Group; Cheryl Summa, of Eye Care Specialists; Jim Reino, of UGI and Back Mountain Chamber president; Amy Campbell, of FNCB; Ross Spengler, of The Waterfront Complex; Marty Leandri, of First Keystone Community Bank. Missing from photo: Mary Blasé, Beth Culp, Bill Leandri, Donna Luksh, Nadine Wesolowski, Malcolm Williams, Dawn Wiringer, Ali Zurawski.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Back-to-Paradise-Photo-6-14-16.jpgThe Back Mountain Chamber’s Cultural Event Committee will bring Jimmy and the Parrots to the Irem Country Club on Sept. 9. Pictured, first row, from left, Suzanne DePrimo, of Barber Ford; Susan Slocum, of state Sen. Lisa Baker’s office; Sandy Race, co-chair, of Penn State Wilkes-Barre; Cindy Post-Mitchell, co-chair, of Rich Soil/Carrie Flower; Joanne Gensel, of Mountain Beverage. Second row, Atty. Tom Mosca, of Mosca Law Offices; Royal Sutton, of the Back Mountain Men’s Ecumenical Group; Cheryl Summa, of Eye Care Specialists; Jim Reino, of UGI and Back Mountain Chamber president; Amy Campbell, of FNCB; Ross Spengler, of The Waterfront Complex; Marty Leandri, of First Keystone Community Bank. Missing from photo: Mary Blasé, Beth Culp, Bill Leandri, Donna Luksh, Nadine Wesolowski, Malcolm Williams, Dawn Wiringer, Ali Zurawski. Submitted photo

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