Friday, 07 July 2017 09:00

Plaza Jam: "The Entertainers" Live Up To Their Name

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The Entertainers perform next to City Hall in Rockingham as part of the Plaza Jam Concert Series. The Entertainers perform next to City Hall in Rockingham as part of the Plaza Jam Concert Series. Betty McIntyre

ROCKINGHAM - With the heat index around 101, all ages still showed up at the Plaza Jam to see The Entertainers. The 7 member group was founded in 1980 and originated in R&B as well as Beach Music. They also played a diverse selection to suit everyone, and encouraged people to get up and dance. They have played at some of the finest places in Myrtle Beach as well as along the East Coast, and they have their own albums.

Sam Standridge with the American Veterans along with 10 others, mostly Veterans, came out to sell hamburgers, hot dogs, BBQ, onion rings, french fries, and more. Sisters Keelee and Harmony Scarborough helped squeeze fresh lemonade for the AmVets.  The money raised will go to help Vets. They participate in about 20 events every year, in which 6 of them are at the Plaza Jam. Twisted Treats was also set up to accommodate all of us who wanted to cool off with a cool treat.

 

This group truly stood up to it's name "The Entertainers."  Plaza Jam is held the first Thursday of May through October at Rockingham City Hall. 

 
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