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Gallery: No Excuse performs free concert at Knob Hill Park

| Wednesday, July 4, 2012, 3:13 p.m.
Braydon Bukauskas, 4, of West View comes prepared for the No Excuse concert in Marshall Township’. Photo by Randy Jarosz
Angelica Glascow, 6, of Seven Field blows up a balloon while passing concert goers during a free performanc by the band No Excuse. Photo by Randy Jarosz
No Excuse plays at the Elias Fry Barn in Marshall Township’s Knob Hill Park. Photo by Randy Jarosz
Tommy Ackerman sings a classic rock song with his band No Excuse at Elias Fry Barn at Knob Hill Park. Photo by Randy Jarosz
Tommy Ackerman, at left; Dave Curran; and Nick Gann of the band no Excuse give a free concert at the Elias Fry Barn at Knob Hill Park in Marshall Township. Photo by Randy Jarosz
Clockwise from center, Colleen Jerry , 5, of Zelienople; Madison Fischer, 7, of Zelienople; Caity Corcoran, 8, of Richland Township; and Talia Murphy, 4, of Franklin Park dance to the band No Excuse during a free concert at Elias Fry Barn in Marshall Township’s Knob Hill Park. Photo by Randy Jarosz
The band No Excuse recently performed a free concert at the Elias Fry Barn in Knob Hill Park. Marshall Township Parks & Recreation sponsored the concert.
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