The final Culture Connection concert of the summer Thursday served as a de-facto opening ceremony for the United Way and Price CityвЂ™s Day of Caring.
The event was designed to honor the 10th anniversary of 9/11 with a day of service. The day of service will be Saturday throughout Price.
United Way representative Bill Maikranz said, вЂњBy working together we can accomplish even more.вЂќ
Maikranz said the United Way had already collected more than 100 volunteers to help with several projects around the area.
Kirsy Woodhouse and Sherrie Vlamakis opened the concert with a handful of songs before turning the time over to headlining band Dizzy Desoto.
The band performed many songs from rock and rollвЂ™s вЂњGolden EraвЂќ. Dizzy Desoto also performed an original song entitled вЂњBlue TattooвЂќ.
The band supplied hula-hoops that got the kids out of their seats and inspired several adults, including Price City Mayor Joe Piccolo, to get up and dance.
Price City Fire Chief Paul Bedont shared a story about 9/11, and Kirsty Woodhouse sang вЂњThe Star Spangled BannerвЂќ to open the event.