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Sister Hazel returns to SFC to give back

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Santa Fe College Fine Arts Hall’s inaugural showcase “Light Up the Night” will feature a variety of national and local performers tomorrow. Jose Manuel Carreno and Sarah Lane of American Ballet Theatre, the Gainesville Chamber Orchestra, and Sister Hazel are among the featured acts. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Meredith Chipman spoke with Ken Block of Sister Hazel about his local ties to the area.

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