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Monday, May 25, 2009

The Headliners At The Pearson Art Center

Lakes Art Center


To Broaden Horizons Through the Arts

PRESS RELEASE- For immediate release- pictures on request

What: The Headliners

When: Wednesday June 17, 2009 at 7:00PM

Where: Pearson Lakes Art Center Pomerantz Hall

Cost: Students $6.00, Members $10.00 and Non-members $12.00

Pictures Available Upon Request

The Pearson Lakes Art Center of Okoboji, Iowa is pleased to announce The Headliners on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 at 7:00PM in the Pomerantz Hall. The finest jazz you will hear anywhere! The professional staff of the Headliners from the University of Okoboji Jazz Camp is made up of Roger Neumann on saxophones, Tony Gulizia on keyboard and vocals, Joey Gulizia on percussion, Andy Hall on Bass, Kirk Garrison on trumpet, Scott Hesse on guitar and C.J. Kocher on alto saxophone.

Their music will take you from Latin Jazz, straight ahead to jazz-to-jazz standards. These are not just great jazz players, but also great educators. You will not want to miss this outstanding group. Last year was a complete sell out so we recommend you get your tickets early. Ticket prices for the show are $10.00 for Pearson Lakes Art Center Adult Members, $12.00 for Adult Non-Members, and $6.00 for Students. Reserve your tickets now by calling the Pearson Lakes Art Center box office at 712-332-7029

Sponsored by Graham Tire.

Thanks to our Gold Corporate Partners: Bank Midwest; Signe Kim Lauridsen-Jones; Wells Dairy Inc.; & Liberty Bank and Silver Corporate Partners: United Community Bank; Spirit Lake Hy-Vee; Midwest Coca-Cola; Northwest Bank; The Inn at Okoboji; Pearson Art Foundation; Tom Fuhrman’s Edward Jones Investments; Kum & Go; Piccadilly Circus Pizza/LandMark Products; Gene Krueger Construction; and Arrowwood Resort of Okoboji

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