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July 11, 2013

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:Make Some Noise summer concert series returns: The Haverhill Cultural Council will begin the third season of its Make Some Noise Concert Series on Thursday, July 11 at 6 p.m. in Columbus Park on Washington Street. All Make Some Noise performances are at Columbus Park on Thursdays from 6 to 8 p.m. until Aug. 15. In the event of rain, performances are at the Chit Chat Lounge on Washington Street. Weekly raffles feature prizes donated by local businesses. The Haverhill Cultural Council’s mission with Make Some Noise is to provide a live performance space for local artists, and an opportunity for young musicians to perform. This year’s series features youth groups from Be Imagine Music Studio, DeAngelis Studio of Music and EJ Ouellette’s Whole Music studio. Here is a schedule of performances: July 11, Merrimack Delta Dub Set, a six piece reggae/hip-hop group from Haverhill with opening act from Be Imagine Music Studio; July 18, Paul Prue and the Bluesmen with opener Eddie Felker; July 25: Analog Heart, acoustic alternative original rock with Liz Bills with opening act from DeAngelis Studio of Music; Aug. 1, Rockspring, a bluegrass, pop, rock, altternate-folk and country band with opening act from DeAngelis Studio of Music; Aug. 8, Division Tree, psychedelic grooves with opening act from Be Imagine Music Studio; Aug. 15, EJ Ouellette and Crazy Maggy performing originals and fiddle­driven rock with opening act from Whole Music’s Whole Soul. For more information visit the Haverhill Cultural Council on Facebook, on on twitter at @haverhill_cc or email haverhill.culture@gmail.com.

Salvation Army looks to send kids to camp: The Salvation Army in Haverhill is seeking donations to help fund a summer camp for children from Haverhill and Groveland. The cost for a week of camp is $300 and the goal is to send 50 kids to the Salvation Army-accredited camp, which is run by The Salvation Army in Sharon. Salvation Army Lt. Jeff Hardy said many deserving children cannot afford to pay and without help will lose this valuable experience. Donations small or large can be sent to The Salvation Army, 395 Main St., Haverhill, MA 01830. More information is available from Hardy at 978-374-7571.

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