Placer 10-35 Foundation’s Rockin’ in July
Next month the Placer 10-35 Foundation will be “Rockin’ in July” as they host a fundraising concert at Rock Hill Winery in Loomis, Calif. in support of Placer County peace officers and their families.
July 20th at 4 p.m. is when the fun begins, with music by Rachel Steele and Road 88, with special guest country singer Madison Hudson.
Headliner Rachel Steele and Road 88 bring their own style of country rock, providing fans with a high-energy performance ith a flawless delivery of nothing but good solid rock and roll – country style. They’ll bring you their original hits such as “Not Gonna Happen” and “Mama’s Still Waitin,’ ” along with some of your favorite foot stomping country tunes.
Madison Hudson is an up and coming country music star, bringing you her own brand of music, including her latest singles “Tommy” and “Too Shy.” Add Nikki Perez to the mix and you’ll be amazed at these two talented young women.
Not only will there be award winning wines from Rock Hill Winery and other beverages, there will also be some great eats as Swabbies restaurant will be making their famous tacos and other awesome treats.
Don’t miss out on a great time! The best part is all proceeds go to the Placer 10-35 foundation.
For your tickets call 530-308-1364.
Visit Placer 10-35 Foundation on their Facebook page where they will be announcing how you can win VIP Passes and more fun stuff.
Rock Hill Winery is located in Loomis at 2970 Del Mar Avenue.
About Placer 10-35 Foundation
The Placer 10-35 Foundation is a non-profit fraternal & benevolent association chartered to assist Placer County peace officers in times of great personal and organizational tragedy. We also are available to assist the families of slain peace officers throughout the region.
We are committed to celebrating the mission of the law enforcement officer and providing assistance when the inevitable tragedy occurs in this dangerous profession.
“10-35″ refers to the police radio code meaning, “Officer needs assistance”. The 8 stars in our logo represent our 8 Placer County deputies killed in the line of duty.
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