APRIL 20, 2011

Dana Hubbard performs a live concert at Cave Creek Coffee Company

dana hubbardCAVE CREEK – On Saturday, May 7 famed singer, songwriter and acoustic blues artist, Dana Hubbard performs live in the outdoor camp. 

Hubbard, known for his warm and engaging personality on stage, sings, tells stories, and plays both guitar and harmonica. 

Hubbard has won two national acoustic blues competitions; was a song competition finalist at Wildflower Festival in Texas, Mountain Music Festival in Utah and Tucson Folk Festival in Arizona, and was a finalist at the West Virginia Appalachian Blues Competition.  His CD, “The Grounds Keepers,” was included in the "Best of 2008" new releases list on 90FM WWSP's Acoustic Revival show. 

Hubbard’s instrument of choice is the acoustic guitar and he uses it to showcase bass and back beat rhythm along with melody and chords.  Hubbard will perform hits from his previous albums as well as songs from his latest CD titled, "The Grounds Keepers."
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. and the doors open at 7 p.m.

Cave Creek Coffee Company is located at 6033 E. Cave Creek Road in Cave Creek.
For more tickets and information please call 480-488-0603 or visit www.cavecreekcoffee.com.

APRIL 13, 2011

Veterans 2011 Annual Spring Fling

Show support for our Military Services and Veterans on Saturday, April 23 at 4 p.m.

CAVE CREEK – This is the 5th Annual Veterans Spring Fling to be held at Marc Malin’s Ranch on Spur Cross. Active Duty Military, Veterans, Local Residents, Friends and their families have been getting together each year to reminisce about their military days and to come up with new ways to support both those presently serving as well as veterans and their families. It’s an honor to welcome all U.S. and allied veterans, whether they served in combat or not. As in years past, the Veterans Spring Fling is being hosted by the “Desert Rats” – Special Forces Association, Chapter XXII – which is comprised primarily of Green Beret Veterans who live in Arizona.

The Desert Rats support many Veteran Organizations including: Wounded Warrior Project, Green Beret Foundation, Boots For Our Troops, Arizona Veterans Foundation and Special Operations Warrior Foundation. They also work with disabled children helping them to find self-worth. This year, the Desert Rats hope to raise money for such things as family lodging for those being treated at the VA Hospital as well as continuing their tradition of hosting several events and meals at the Phoenix VA Hospital and Convalescence Center to build camaraderie and boost morale. Many of the residents of the VA Hospital and Convalescence Center fought in WWII, Korea, Southeast Asia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon and other conflicts. To all Veterans, thank you for your service to our country and defending the freedoms we enjoy.

RSVP by April 15 to Marc Malin: marcm@general agentcenter or to Michelle: 480-513-7676. A $10 donation is requested.