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1940s radio play re-creates 'greatest generation' night

Brett Soldwedel/The Daily Courier<br>“The 1940s Radio Hour,” produced by Clyde Neville, is a benefit to raise money for the Lonesome Valley Children’s Theatre and Prescott Fine Arts scholarship program. The doors open for the pre-show at the Elks Opera House this Friday at 6:30, and continues Saturday with shows at 1:30 and 6:30.

Brett Soldwedel/The Daily Courier<br>“The 1940s Radio Hour,” produced by Clyde Neville, is a benefit to raise money for the Lonesome Valley Children’s Theatre and Prescott Fine Arts scholarship program. The doors open for the pre-show at the Elks Opera House this Friday at 6:30, and continues Saturday with shows at 1:30 and 6:30.

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