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Fan the Flame, a non-profit organization gets ready to host their annual music and worship-filled weekend. The organization brings in Christian contemporary concerts to raise money supporting different charities. 

 

Fan the Flame gets ready for a concert this weekend and it is going to a be a unique one says Randy Anderson of Anderson Ford in Clinton.

Anderson said that the non-profit organization not only plays concerts in Clinton but also around Central Illinois.

The non-profit organization has raised around 62,000 dollars since they have started back in 2013, giving all that money raised to the charities said, Anderson.

The concerts have hosted various artists such as Mike W. Smith, Big Daddy Weave, Palm, and Mark Schultz to name a few. This year's Fan the Flame will host Carrollton.

Fan the Flame concert will be held at the Frist Christian Church on October 21st starting at 6 pm. Tickets are 10 dollars and all ticket sales will go to the Salvation Army. You can find more information on the concerts from Fan the Flame at fantheflamechristianconcerts.org.

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