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Social Animals play local show to raise money for art teacher

Up and coming local band, The Social Animals, returned from this summer's national stadium tour and decided to do something to help Cloquet High School art teacher Julie Deters, who was recently diagnosed with breast cancer.

Up and coming local band, The Social Animals, returned from this summer’s national stadium tour and decided to do something to help Cloquet High School art teacher Julie Deters, who was recently diagnosed with breast cancer.

To raise money to help Julie and her family, the popular band (which features Cloquet High School alumni Tony Petersen and Dedric Clark, who were taught by Deters in school) will hold an all-ages show from 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, at the River Inn Bar and Grill at 3212 River Gate Ave., Scanlon. The door fee and the band’s payment will go to Deters.

Here’s what The Social Animals wrote on Facebook about Deters:

“Julie Deters … has been a positive influence in countless lives, including ours. We're not putting this show on to make money, we're putting it on to give everyone a great time and raise as much money for Julie as possible.”

Cover charge is $10. There are no early ticket sales. There will be other ways to donate as well.

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