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Greg Cahill Helps Make A Special Night at the Dalton Freight Depot

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Check PresentationIt was a very special night last Saturday as determined fans braved hail and rain to hear bluegrass music group Greg Cahill and Special Consensus perform with the Americana group Belfry Fellows. The concert was the final performance in a series to benefit Providence Minisitries men's shelter in Dalton, Georgia.

The concert series which also featured Donna Hughes, Gobblers' Knob String Band, Jerry Salley and Tiller's Folly raised over $1,000 for Providence Ministries which is in the process of constructing a new men's shelter.

Brian Croft, Providence Ministries program coordinator stated "the need for a new shelter continues and we are very thankful for the Woodsongs Cafe". Greg Cahill of the bluegrass band Special Consensus presented the check for $1000 on behalf all of the performers in the series. "It was a privlege to be a part of the series", says Cahill.

Participating in the ceremony was Paul Byrum (Event Coordinator), Brian Croft (Providence Ministries), Eddy May (Dalton Convention and Visitors Bureau), Greg Cahill (Special Consensus).

Tax deductable donations in support of the 2012 Woodsongs Coffeehouse concert series can be made directly to Providence Ministries at 711 S. Hamilton Street, Dalton, Georgia 30720.

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