$5 is the suggested donation to attend the performance of Curtis and Loretta at the Owatonna Arts Center this Saturday, March 9 at 2pm. Their program is entitled "When There's Good To Be Done", which is also the title of one of their songs. This particular song is about a Florida woman who out of the blue donated a much needed kidney to a total stranger from Minnesota.

Loretta interviews and writes real-life songs about ordinary people and their stories of courage kindness and determination. Two of their songs come from their discussions with Owatonna State Orphanage residents from years ago, Harvey Ronglien and Peter Razor. Both men plan to be at the OAC this Saturday. Along with the music of Curtis and Loretta there will be a power point program offered as well.

Curtis and Loretta are winding down on a 22-city concert tour in Minnesota. You can read more about them  on the Curtis and Loretta web site.

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