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Ronny Cox to Perform at Aten Place

Beat the heat... Come in for a cool treat!

231-582-9153 Located at the corner of Park & Water Streets

11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Everyday!

Mountainside Grille Ronny Cox began his movie career as the guitar player who played “dueling Banjo” with the Appalachian boy on the backwoods Georgia front porch in the 1972 hit movie, Deliverance. Now with hundreds of other movies and TV roles under his belt, Ronny is pursuing his life-long love of music. His music is a study in easygoing amiability and unforced charisma while easily charming crowds with self-teasing humor, tart progressive insight, and a lulling Southwestern folk sound. Ronny’s repertoire is a smart mix of witty ditties, bluesy swing tunes, hearton-sleeve romances, and real-life anthems. Ronny will bring with him Karen Mal on fiddle and Radoslav Lorkovic on keyboards and accordion. The show is scheduled for Saturday, August 7 at 7:30 pm. Ronny’s eclectic taste in music is reflected in the variety of his

songs. His six CD’s reflect his love of music diversity, and showcase a wonderful acoustic mix of folk, western, jazzy-bluesy and just plain cornball stuff. Joining Ronny will be Austin, TX based Karen Mal, who has created a name for herself as a captivating singer, instrumentalist and songwriter. Ranging from charming to seductive, impressionistic to philosophical, her songs have brought her nationwide acclaim. Accompanying Ronny and Karen will be Croatia born Radoslav Lorkovic (Rad) who has forged his own musical career playing keyboard for greats such as Bo Ramsey, Greg Brown and Ellis Paul and Odetta. Having all three of these stand-alone performers join forces on the Aten Place stage will set a high-water mark for the venue. This is the must see performance of this summer’s schedule.

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Aten Place is located 1/2 mile south of Cherry Hill Road on Old Mackinaw Trail in Boyne Falls. The venue is a ninety-year old oak frame barn with seating for 180, overlooking the Boyne River valley, in the shadow of Boyne Mountain. Tickets are $25 for two and $15 for singles. Tickets go on sale at 6:30 pm the day of the concert, with performances beginning at 7:30 p.m. Aten Place is a non-profit endeavor, and no food or beverage is sold on the premises. Many patrons bring snacks and desserts to share at intermission. There is also a covered picnic pavilion for those who wish to come early and enjoy the grounds and peaceful setting. For more information on this summer’s schedule go to www. atenplace.com or call Bill or Maxine Aten at 231-549-2076.

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At the corner of US 131 S. & M75 in Boyne Falls 2495 U.S. 131 ••• (231) 549-2757

This week in local politics Candidates for the Michigan 105th House seat (at left) debated in the Boyne Area last week. Don’t forget to vote on Aug. 3

NOW OPEN! Stop in for a chilitopped, grilled hot dog, chili fries or a big bowl of our Cincinnati-style chili!

Candidates for the District 5 Charlevoix County Board of Commissioners seat (above) are Bob Drebenstedt (orange shirt) and Jerry Kelts.

Is the Boyne Gazette the preffered newspaper of 105th Candidate Dennis Lennox? We don’t know, but he seems to be enjoying his read in this picture above.

Above, Randy Bishop, Bob Carr and Howard Walker are running for the 37th State Senate Seat.

307 Petoskey St. in Petoskey Mon - Sat: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm

At right, Mary Faculak keeps time during the recent Boyne City candidates forum while Jim Baumann asked questions of candidates for several local and state political seats. Above, 105th candidate Tim Boyko gets ready to debate his opponents.

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The July 28, 2010 issue shows a donation from Former Sheriff George T. Lasater to the Boyne Falls Veterans Memoral, the Boyne Falls Polish F...

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The July 28, 2010 issue shows a donation from Former Sheriff George T. Lasater to the Boyne Falls Veterans Memoral, the Boyne Falls Polish F...

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