It was a lovely evening for the Starship and Foreigner Concert at The Pepsi Grandstand Show on Friday night (Aug. 9). Prior to the show there, was a Meet and Greet with Foreigner. They were very generous with their fans getting photographs and signing autographs. They performed some of their greatest hits. During Foreigner's song, "I Want to Know What Love Is," they brought the Green Ridge High School Choir on stage to sing along with them. What a wonderful experience that had to be for them. The choir helped sell Foreigner's CDs at the show, and a portion of the proceeds went to the choir.
Brian Dick of Dick's Barber Shop in historic Downtown Sedalia had to pay up a bet up to World War II veteran Walter "Mac" McBride. Mac has been going to Dick's Barber Shop for years, and when Brian's dad Frank Dick retired, he told Brian that he never once got a free haircut from Frank. This was about four years ago, and Mac asked Brian when he would give him one. Brian told Mac when he turns 100 years old, he would give him a free haircut.
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