BO(u)LDer will perform in Gayville BO(u)LDer, an inspirational, young, local Christian band will perform in concert July 18 at 7 p.m. in the Gayville-Volin school gym. All proceeds will be used to create a mobile food pantry for Volin and Gayville or to support other local nutritional projects. The cost is $7 or $5 and a donation of food pantry items. Children under 6 are free with an adult. Come for Haydays and stay for the concert! Bo(u)lder plays contemporary Christian music in the styles of acoustic guitar, keyboard, rock and rap. Hear samples at http://www.myspace.com/boulderministry. Since starting the band in spring of 2008, BO(u)LDer has performed many local shows, some out of state. They have performed with other bands, including: Christian rapper Michael Fugitt and Remedy Drive. According to David Stibral, band member, "There is a desperate need for good, clean, wholesome entertainment. We are content to BOLDly go wherever the Holy Spirit leads." The band has hopes to play at both Yankton's Riverboat Days and South Dakota's LifeLight Festival. All four members (three are brothers) play a part in creating the themes for their original songs. "Both the content and inspiration to write music are derived from a fervent love to know Him!" said Stibral. The R.E.A.C.H. committee from the Volin-Gayville Horizon Grant Program is sponsoring the event with the Gayville Haydays. To learn more about the Horizon Grant Project see the Web site at www.gayvillevolin.communityblogs.us. For more information about the concert event, contact Barbara Egbert at 605-267-4336. For more information about the band, contact David Stibral at 605-661-6603.
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