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Members of the Moving Target band are (from left0 Susan Wyeth, bass; Leonard (Trip) Wyeth, guitar; Leslie Strauss, fiddle; Jill Vaughn, drums; and Jos Konst, guitar. (Photo courtesy of Cary Hull )
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On Friday, June 21, the Chester Historical Society is hosting the Moving Target Band on the Town Green in Chester (or inside the Chester Meeting House if it rains) at 6 p.m., following the society’s annual meeting. The Ivoryton-based band plays music from the 1930s to today with tunes ranging from Cole Porter to The Beatles. Attendess may bring a potluck dish to share, along with chairs or picnic blanket. There will also be a big sheet cake in celebration of the historical society’s 50th anniversary year.
The 2020 guide to the Madison Chamber of Commerce has arrived!