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Silvertones To Provide The Music For Tewksbury Senior Center Valentine's Dance

Feb 05, 2019 11:13AM ● By Bill Gilman
The SilverTones, Tewksbury’s own Big Swing Band will help honor two of the town’s couples who have been married 50 years at its Feb. 15 Dance.
Everyone is invited to listen and /or dance to these 20 professional musicians , including vocalists BB Braxten, former Director  of the  “Liberty Belles” acapella group, Jim Sutton, drummer for the “Perfect Match Trio”, and Mike Petrishen , alto sax soloist for the Band . The musical director is MaryBeth Foley-Cummings of the well known Greater Lowell Foley, Gouveia, Leite Musical families and formerly of the now defunct Chelmsford “Come Back Kids” .
Admission to these monthly “3rd Friday”Dances is $10 pp. and all couples or singles are welcome to bring along their favorite snacks and beverages. Free ice, cake , coffee and tea are provided, though there is a $1 soda machine on site. There are door prizes, and a 50/50 raffle. Those wearing red this month will have the opportunity to win a Scratch ticket or 2. 
The SilverTones provide adult music for all generations and genres from Fox trots, waltzes, Latins,   Cha-Chas, jitterbugs, hip-hop, to line dances of polkas, and jazz from 7 - 10 pm. 
The Tewksbury Senior Center is located @ 175 Chandler Street with easy access from Rt. 495 (Rt. 38) or Rt. 93 (Dascomb Rd.)and is fully handicapped accessible with a large , lighted parking lot.
Doors open @ 6:30 pm. 
Come join the fun and help honor the Valentine couples.
Remember the winter snow  rules! 
No school=no Senior Ctr. =no dances. 
Or call Barbara Flanagan, Band Manager @ 978-851-7580 
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