The Harleys – Concert in Central Park

Concert in the Park - Sunday, June 28, 2009

Concert in the Park - Sunday, June 28, 2009

The Harleys wowed the crowd!

The Harleys wowed the crowd!

The park was filled with folks - sidewalk to street - on all sides . . .

The park was filled with folks - sidewalk to street - on all sides . . .

Although it was a hot evening, everyone had a marvelous time!

Although it was a hot evening, everyone had a marvelous time!

These cute young boys were helping to raise funds for the Skate Park.

These cute young boys were helping to raise funds for the Skate Park.

We are so fortunate to have these Concerts in the Park!

We are so fortunate to have these Concerts in the Park!

When we first began attending these Concerts in the Park, there was only a ‘smattering’ of  people in attendance; this has certainly grown to a Full Park!  And it is so nice to have the bandstand for these concerts.

The popular Harleys band played at this last Concert in the Park (the concerts are held four Sundays in June).  The music was great; the crowd was enthusiastic; it WAS hot but folks brought water, cold drinks and the Boy Scouts offered refreshments.

What a great way to end the month of June.

HARLEYS CONCERT IN THE PARK TO BENEFIT MEMORIAL FOR MICHAEL RAETZSCH, NEW SKATE PARK FOR SEGUIN
The last of four free concerts in Central Park will be a special one benefiting the Seguin Activity Center and the funding of a new skate park.  As a memorial to Michael Raetzsch, who died recently in an accident and was an avid skateboarder, The Harleys will invite audience members to make a free will donation to help fund the project.  Young people from the Seguin Activity Center who share Michael’s love for the sport will be on hand to accept donations and to let the public, and the Raetzsch family, know how much they will appreciate having a new place to skate.
Seguin’s charity-only classic rock band, The Harleys, have been supporting local causes through their music since 2001. The band plays hit tunes from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s.  Over the years, they have helped local groups raise over $350,000.  The band members are pleased that the concert this Sunday will help the Raetzsch family to assist with building the new skate park as a memorial to their son Michael.

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