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Letter to the editor: Bravo for SummerSounds

I was most fortunate to be one of the more than 8,000 fans in St. Clair Park June 28 for the marvelous concert by Leonid and Friends (“Russian Band covering Chicago tunes packs SummerSounds in Greensburg,” June 28, TribLIVE). Words can’t accurately describe the energy and excitement of the event.

I most heartily congratulate and thank Gene James, Dick McCormick, the SummerSounds committee members, and the many volunteers and generous sponsors for their dedication and hard work over the past 20 years in presenting this most special and unique arts entertainment to our community. One big standing ovation and “Bravo!” to all.

John Noble


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