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Much Obliged: Central Lakes Rotary says thank you

Thank you to all of the sponsors, volunteers and donors from many organizations, businesses and friends, who all helped to make this event possible.

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Central Lakes Rotary Club of Pequot Lakes is much obliged and thankful to all those who volunteered to make the First REHT (Rotary Ends Human Trafficking) music festival a success. Thank you to all the speakers with years of experience. They included Eric Klang, Pequot Lakes Police Chief; Kate Lepage, LSS Safe Harbor Regional Navigator; Stacy Shaffer, founder of 31:8 Project; Shantel Dudley, founder of Real Life Women’s Conference; Dawn T. Fiedler, founder of Join The Movement to Stop Human Trafficking; and Angie, a survivor of Human Trafficking.

Thank you to the musicians including Tim Eggebraaten, Remedy Drive, 32 Below, Corey Medina and Brothers, Kent Dudley and Bended Knee, Plumb, Rush Tribute Project, Ayiesha Woods and Adelaide. Thank you to Hubbard Broadcasting for emcees Dan Wild and Stacey Harting and to all the vendors for great food at the Lakes Music and Events Park.

Thank you to all of the sponsors, volunteers and donors from many organizations, businesses and friends, who all helped to make this event possible.

For more information about Rotary, visit https://centrallakesrotary.club/ .

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