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Concert benefits ECCHS FBLA

March 16, 2014

Photo by Jim Meyer From left to right are Marlene Stubber, co-advisor of FBLA at ECCHS; Dino Dinsmore, owner of Dino's Place; (in back) Rick Bussoletti, lead guitarist of Remedy X; (front) Joe Wolff, drummer and lead vocalist of Remedy X; Father Ross Miceli, co-advisor of FBLA at ECCHS; and Jim Davis, bassist and vocalist of Remedy X.

As the green beer was served in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, Remedy X kicked off Saturday night’s concert at Dino’s Place with Grand Funk Railroad’s “We’re an American Band.” Remedy X performed for no charge and Dino’s Place donated the profits to Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) at Elk County Catholic High School.

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