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Random Acts of Kindness: James Dodd, James Boughan, Joe Hays, Donovan Asselin and Mary Boughan

The band members of Random Acts of Kindness wish to thank the following people who made the all-ages show at the Pavilion a success: John Graler, who graciously loaned a lot of musical equipment and opened up opportunities for fund-raising; the members of First Christian Church who volunteered their time at the event (we love you guys); Johnny and Tyler Sherman (You guys are the greatest) for support beyond our imagining; Pastor Melinda Bodo for her generous contribution; Morning News for the great ad; Jim and Ann Dodd and Young Life (this event wouldn’t have happened without you); Wendy Biskup and Grand Futures (for the deputy); Troy Derose (for his great music and volunteering to M.C. and good advice); Chaos Ink for donating T-shirts to throw into the audience; Brandon Cramer, Gabriel Garcia and Amanda Barnes (for words well spoken); Brian Ghiradelli and Jeremy Wright (for volunteering to play their wonderful music); the members of Stonewall — Brian, Aaron, Adam and William — for sharing their musical gifts and staying and helping ’til the bitter end (you guys are our brothers and we love you); everyone who bought baked goods at the bake sale from two unusual guys (such brave souls); last but certainly not least the members of Five Face Down who turned down a paying gig in Grand Junction to travel to Craig on the promise of $100 for expenses (Kevin, you became our family the weekend we spent recording, and it’s not surprising that you keep company with wonderful people who put ministry first).

To all who attended, thank you. We hope to have another event like this in the spring. Five Face Down already has agreed to come back.

Random Acts of Kindness



James Dodd, James Boughan, Joe Hays, Donovan Asselin and Mary Boughan


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