TURNER – The Turner Village Church will have a public baked bean supper from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday Jan. 24.

The church will also host the LaClaire family who will perform a concert at 6:30 p.m.

Phil and Ellen LaClaire keep alive a family musical tradition that now spans four generations.

They present a colorful package of bluegrass, country gospel music and old-time love songs performed on banjo, mandolin, guitar and “dog-house” bass.

Phil and Ellen take their music throughout the Northeastern states and into Canada. Occasionally a tour takes them as far as Oklahoma.

Jeanine Loubier, from Tulsa, Okla., brings her vocal talents as well as skills on the banjo and guitar to the concert.

The warm, comfortable style the LaClaires bring to the stage creates a most enjoyable presentation to audiences at county fairs, bluegrass festivals, church concerts and town halls.

The bean supper will be on a donation basis. There will be a freewill offering collected for the LaClaire’s ministry.

For more information, people may call 225-2258

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