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9/11 Events in Bladen County

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By Cara Beth Lewis 

This weekend will be a busy one in Bladen County. Many events are set to take place, including the Dublin Peanut Festival Pageant, a triathlon at the Grand Regal in White Lake, “Patriot’s Day” at Moores Creek, and more.

This weekend also marks a dark day in history. Tomorrow, Saturday, September 11th, marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that shook the nation to its core.

Although it is a sad day, it is an opportunity to remember those who were victims, and thank those who serve to protect. A community gathering and patriotic service will take place on the Bladen County Courthouse Lawn tomorrow, September 11th, at 7 pm. For more information, read more: bladen-county-remembers-20th-anniversary-of-september-11th-2001


Additionally, a free country music concert featuring Parmalee will take place at The Grand Regal at White Like on Saturday. Saturday’s lineup will include Garrett Biggs, RT Johnson, and Parmalee. The concert will benefit White Lake Police and Fire Departments. Recently, more musicians have been added to the concert line up. The Grand Regal has added a concert on Friday night featuring the band Riggsbee Road.

Here is additional information from a previous article:

“While the concert will be free, The Grand Regal is requiring patrons to download a $5.00 entry ticket to benefit the White Lake Police and Fire Departments.  A limited number of tickets will be available.  Additionally, a $10 parking fee per car will be charged with a portion of the proceeds going to the departments as well.  No coolers, backpacks, or outside food and beverages will be allowed.  Food and beverages will be available on site.  The benefit concert is sponsored locally by HD3 Farms, Hilton Properties, and The Grand Regal.

Every person planning to enter the concert will need a paper ticket.  They can be obtained at:”

(Full article: The Grand Regal at White Lake Adds Additional Artists to 9/11 Country Concert to Benefit Police & Fire)