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CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., March 12, 2003 - KRCU 90.9 FM and the Scott City Historical Preservation Society will present "Afternoon Folk," hosted by Jim Hickam, Barney Hartline and Terry Wright of KRCU's "Your Folk Connection," March 15 in Scott City, Mo.

The festival will feature Dr. Dale Haskell, professor of English at Southeast Missouri State University, and the premiere of his new CD "Small Items." In addition, the group "Too Wet to Plow," autoharp champion Dan Wiethop, Don Greenwood and Hunter Moore also will perform at the event.

"Afternoon Folk" will be held from 1-3 p.m. at the Schock Community Arts Center on First Street in Scott City.

For more information, call KRCU at (573) 651-5070.


Directions to the Schock Community Arts Center are as follows: From I-55 (from North or South), turn left at the Scott City exit. Go on Main Street (approximately two miles) and turn right at Route N across the railroad overpass. Turn right at First Street. The building is the first building on the right on the corner of 2nd and Marelm.


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