RTQ XVI So Much Fun, Hope to See You Next Year!

Getting ready for music.

Getting ready for music.

So it was hot and humid but no rain for the annual fundraiser for Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail! This event is what helps to keep the trail in shape for everyone who uses it, so thanks everyone who joined us on Friday and Saturday, bought raffle and ducky tickets, patronized our vendors and told friends about what a great trail we have right here in our back yards.

The music was non-stop great! We’d like to thank headliners Beaver River Band and Jill West and the Blues Attack, and also Dan Hanczar & Blues Alloy and Trainwreck, and special music guests Deluded Youth, Summer Camp,  Pretty Lunatic, JJ Bickel & the Liberators and The Collisions for joining us this year.

Vendors from local businesses and organizations helped support the event and offered food and services, so don’t forget to support them the rest of the year: Chikis Cool Treats, D&R Kettle Corn, Dylan’s Quest Cotton Candy, Kristen’s Togs, Alpine Pools, Bernadette Kazmarski artist, Robinson Township Chiropractic Center, Howard Hanna Real Estate, Panhandle Trail, Rennerdale Corner Store, Rennerdale VFD.

And special thanks to our sponsors who help us bring this event to you: JENDOCO Real Estate, Lennon, Smith, Souleret Engineers, Carnegie Collier Rotary, Howard Hanna Real Estate, Lane Construction Corp., Alpine Pools, Goehring, Rutter & Boehm, PC—Chuck Means, Collier Township and Fotovich Excavating.

We hope to see you all again next year! Check here or follow us on Facebook. And don’t forget about the Night Walk in October!

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2 Responses to RTQ XVI So Much Fun, Hope to See You Next Year!

  1. admin says:


    Please contact Joe Vitullo for information, jvitullo@comcast.net. Thanks for asking.

  2. Janis Ferrainolo says:

    who provided the sound system for the bands?

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