Great River Co-op holds Music Night Fundraiser at Mole Hill

ALSTEAD, N.H. – The Great River Co-op, a startup cooperative grocery store coming to Walpole, N.H. will hold a Music Night Fundraiser at the Mole Hill Theatre on Friday, Sept. 15.

The evening will open with local singer Briena Pearl, accompanied by Lou Eastman. Next, Party of the Sun, a duo from the band The Youngest Son will perform. BandBand will play the rest of the evening.

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BandBand will be closing the show at Mole Hill. Photo by Brenden Carton

Light snacks and water will be provided. There is fee at the door. Guests are welcome to bring their own drinks and snacks but no hard liquor.

If you would like to volunteer at the event, donate an item for the fundraising raffle or sponsor the event, please email Ali Trow at alison.mae7@gmail.com.

Proceeds from the event will go toward Great River Co-op’s current initiative to raise $40,000 to hire a project manager.

The Great River Co-op is a startup cooperative food store in the development stages that will serve the Great Falls Region. To learn more about joining the Great River Co-op, please visit http://www.greatriverfoodcoop.com/ and follow on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GreatRiverCoop.

Co-operatives are businesses that are owned and governed by their members, the people who use the products and services they provide. From food co-ops to farmer co-ops, worker co-ops to credit unions, and housing co-ops to energy co-ops, co-operatives make a difference in people’s lives every day. Co-ops are also more common than you might think: Here in the United States, one in three people are members of at least one co-op or credit union. Nationwide, co-operatives create 2.1 million jobs and generate more than $650 billion in sales and other revenue annually.

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