Pinal Mountain Foundation Oktoberfest Oct. 6

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Pinal Mountain Foundation for Higher Education will be hosting their fourth annual Oktoberfest Sat., Oct. 6 at Veteran’s Memorial Park (the park in front of the Globe Municipal Building), 150 North Pine Street between Oak and Cedar Streets in Globe.

Festivities begin at 11:00 a.m. and go until 8:00 p.m., admission is free. Refreshments will include German bratwurst, hot dogs, sodas and a beer garden sponsored by Nackard. The Pinal Mountain Elks Lodge will pour the beer.

Assorted entertainment will be on going throughout the event and will be directed by Big John. Featured entertainer will be Greywolf playing classic rock, blues and other requests. Band members include Deanna Meeks, Buz Sneezy, Larry Clark, Wayne Holland and Dave Schreck.

Several vendors will also be joining the Oktoberfest. Make Oktoberfest your fall kick-off celebration while supporting education through scholarships.

There is ample space for vendor booths. Vendors are sought for everything but main course food and drinks. Applications and information for vendor booths can be obtained by calling John O’Donnell at 928.812.1010 or Ron Carnahan at 928.812.0653.

PMFHE is a 501(c)(3) organization that raises money for scholarships that are awarded to in-need students attending Gila Community College at the Gila Pueblo or San Carlos Campuses.

For more information about PMFHE or the upcoming Oktoberfest, call Ron Carnahan at 928-812-0653 or John O’Donnell at 928-812-1010.

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