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Homegrown to perform at Hard Times Cafe-Four Mile Fork to benefit Veterans Moving Forward on December 19th

(FREDERICSKBURG, VA) Homegrown will perform at Hard Times Cafe-Four Mile Fork on Saturday, December 19th to benefit Veterans Moving Forward (VMF). Homegrown is Fredericksburg’s iconic classic rock and country band and have been the tri-county’s most popular band for over a decade.

The band will return to Hard Times Cafe for their first public appearance this year. The cost of the concert event is $7 at the door, starting at 7 p.m., for ages 21 and up. Drink special wristbands will be available, with a $2 donation to VMF.

VMF’s mission is to provide service dogs and canine therapy services to veterans with physical and mental health challenges at no cost to the veteran. Their vision is to be a leading source of canine therapy and assistance dogs provided at no cost to veterans with physical and mental health challenges. For more information on VMF, visit http://www.vetsfwd.org

ABOUT HARD TIMES CAFE-FOUR MILE FORK
Hard Times Cafe Four Mile Fork opened in Fredericksburg, October 2004 and is owned and operated by Glenn Melvin. Hard Times Four Mile Fork is a 14,000 sq. Ft. restaurant, sports bar, billiard room and the largest live music venue in the tri-county area. The establishment is a first class sports viewing facility and live entertainment venue that attracts sports and music fans from near and afar. National touring music artists such as Saving Abel, Fuel, Alien Ant Farm, Drowning Pool, We Are Harlot, 10 Years, Nonpoint, The Fighting Jamesons, Saliva and Confederate Railroad have all played the Hard Times stage. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/HardTimesCafeFourMileFork

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Adoptive parents in Fredericksburg now have a new partner on their journey to a healthy family. In 2016, Children’s Home Society was awarded a $125,000 grant from the Virginia Department of Social Services to extend their Richmond area post-adoptive services to the Fredericksburg area.

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