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Dr. John Fell with Doc Fell and Co. is shown during the 2017 Coweta Fall Festival. The group is scheduled to perform at Okies 4 Okies, a benefit event. CHRISTY WHEELAND/AMERICAN-TRIBUNE

Music artists will provide entertainment during Okies 4 Okies, a disaster relief event benefiting the Red Cross of Oklahoma and the Humane Emergency Animal Response Team (H.E.A.R.T.).

Okies 4 Okies is scheduled 2-8 p.m. Sunday, July 14 at 1924 Riverside Drive. The Blue Rose Cafe and Elwood’s will host the event, presented by Route 66 Art & Entertainment Magazine.

Said promo information on the Okies 4 Okies Facebook page: “During the recent floods and tornadoes, our Red Cross and H.E.A.R.T. were out in force helping the victims of the disasters as-well-as taking in and housing their pets for free. And now it is our turn to help them.”

Okies 4 Okies is a free event, but donations will be accepted. The Humane Society will have dogs for adoption and there will be raffles, silent/live auctions and children’s activities.

Scheduled to perform on the Elwood’s Stage are the Jennifer Marriott Band, the Jake Flint Band, Doc Fell & Co., the Heather Buckley Band, the Kevin Jameson Band and Barry Seal & Creeler. Scheduled to perform on the Blue Rose patio are Lil’ Danny Baker, Bob Withrow & Kat Irons, Lindsay Rae, Michele Warren & Soup Bone and Randy Brumley, plus And Then There Two. Go to the Okies 4 Okies Facebook page for more information.


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