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As we have seen it over the years no matter how bad the weather we had the core group of fans that made it out every time we played.
So to them we say thank you but hope you understand Minnesota WEATHER is very unpredictable just sayin’!
The couple moved to Milford, NJ, in 1972, and then back to Sturgis in 1985, when Bob retired.
They moved to Albuquerque, NM, in 2006, to be near their daughter.
Lila served as a PTA officer in both Staten Island and Union Township, NJ, and was an honorary life member of the National Congress of PTA Associations.
She also volunteered in the Union Township library for 13 years.
This winter was a good one to take off bad roads lots of snow ice, and freezing cold weather.
Not to offend any one but the age of our fans is not your 30 year olds who don’t really worry about the risk in the weather conditions but we thought it best for us to watch out for our fans and hope that on the days that the weather was not good they did not have to prove their loyalty and drive 100 miles to see and hear the band.
So with playing out all the dates we had and for the first time in 40 years Alan decided to take the winter off.
In Sturgis, she volunteered for the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), hospital auxiliary, Chamber of Commerce, school library, and was a member of the First United Methodist Church.
She received a reward for serving 1800 hours with the RSVP.
He always says its nice to visit but I love the Minnesota Seasons even if they happen in one day.
So maybe we will hit the road and do some traveling come fall check out some warmer places to play during our Minnesota winters for a couple of weeks out every month but that is in the talking stages. Alan Godage and his band members are looking forward to the summer gigs and having missed our crowd looking forward to seeing all of you at one or more of them.
Hello Country Music fans, It has been a while since I have updated this site.