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Ticket sales from the outdoor concert will benefit three local organizations

Summerscape: a celebration for a cause

This weekend Lake Oswegans attended their first outdoor summer concert at Foothills Park since the start of the pandemic. Around 300 people attended to hear covers of popular songs from the last several decades and donate to local organizations.

Summerscape, organized by two Lakeridge High School graduates, benefited Lakewood Center for the Arts, Tualatin Food Pantry and the Children's Center of Clackamas County. The event raised around $6,500 to be split between the three organizations.

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