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Blues and Brews fundraiser a blast

JAMMIN' — Sean McGroarty with The Used Blues Band jams with 11-year-old harmonica player Vinnie Flores of Vallejo and the Blues & Brews concert Saturday night. Village Life photo by Noel Stack.
JAMMIN' — Sean McGroarty with The Used Blues Band jams with 11-year-old harmonica player Vinnie Flores of Vallejo and the Blues & Brews concert Saturday night. Village Life photo by Noel Stack.

PERFORMANCE PAINTER Neal Barbosa creates a live masterpiece on stage at the Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills' Blues & Brews concert Saturday night. Village Life photo by Noel Stack.

Rotarians and supporters gathered Saturday night at the Community Services District Gymnasium for the first ever Blues & Brews concert featuring renown musicians and a talented artist.

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PARTY ANIMALS Patty Borelli and Jack Sweeney kick up their heels at Blues & Brews.

The evening featured music from the Used Blues Band and blues legend Darrell Mansfield, among other special guest musicians. Performance painter Neal Barbosa was on scene, creating works of art in front of an audience and auctioning off several pieces.

JAMMIN' — Sean McGroarty with The Used Blues Band jams with 11-year-old harmonica player Vinnie Flores of Vallejo and the Blues & Brews concert Saturday night. Village Life photo by Noel Stack.

Proceeds from the event benefited the El Dorado Hills Veterans Memorial, planned for construction at Promontory Park.

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