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Jackson County for All Benefit Concert with Broadway Phil & the Shouters

We are pleased to announce that we will be HALFWAY to 10,500 signatures to restructure the Jackson County Commission by party time!

The ballot measures will 1) make the county commission position non-partisan, 2) increase the number of commissioners from three to five, and 3) redistribute the salaries across five.

We hope you can join us at the charming Dos Mariposas Vineyard and Lavender Farm to celebrate this important milestone. Fabulous music will be provided by Broadway Phil and the Shouters. Wine, beverages, and food will be available for purchase. There will be an auction and sale of baked delicacies just in time to bring home for Thanksgiving. Wear your dancing shoes and help keep up the momentum to make much needed changes to the Jackson County Commission! Limited number of tickets available.

Date & Time:

November 17 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost:

$25.00

Dos Mariposas Vineyard & Lavendar Farm

3976 Bellinger Ln
Medford, 97501

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