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The 10th Annual United Way of the Columbia Gorge (UWCG) Holiday Benefit Concert returns Dec. 15 with rock violinist Aaron Meyer, his 12-piece band and special guests The Brown Sisters. This is a family-friendly holiday tradition, said a press release, and all proceeds benefit the United Way of the Columbia Gorge. The concert will be at the best Western Plus Hood River Inn at 1108 E Marina Way in Hood River.
Tickets prices are $25 general admission and kids 12 and under $15. Preferred Seating tickets are also available for $75 (includes a glass of wine/beer, appetizers at a pre-concert party with Meyer at 2:30 p.m.).
Tickets are on sale now at Waucoma Bookstore in Hood River, by emailing unitedway@gorge.net, by calling 541-386-6100 or at the door at the concert. This concert sold out last year so purchasing tickets prior to the concert is recommended. There will also be a raffle with proceeds benefiting UWCG.
To learn more or contribute to the United Way of the Columbia Gorge, contact unitedway@gorge.net or call 541-386-6100.
United Way of the Columbia Gorge is a non-profit, local agency that supports non-profit human service programs in Hood River, Wasco, Sherman, Klickitat and Skamania counties, said a press release.
Rather than supporting just one person or one charity, the agency unites individuals and combines resources to spread the funds across the entire Columbia Gorge — providing a community safety net while also catalyzing community change, said a press release.
 For more information about UWCG, visit UnitedWayColumbiaGorge.org.

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