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Dancing their way to Japan

There’s another chance coming up to hear the new sound of Crescent Beach drummer John Hovan’s recently revived band O’Hara Lane.

The group, which features the dynamic vocals of Michelle McLean, the creative guitar licks of her husband Darren and the solid bass and vocals of Greg Koop, will headline a fundraising dance for the Earl Marriott senior boys rugby team, March 9 at Semiahmoo Fish and Game Club, 1284 184 St.

Funds raised will help the team represent the Peninsula at the prestigious Sanix World Youth Tournament in Fukuoka, Japan, in April.

The event, which opens at 6:30 p.m., will feature Japanese-inspired appetizers, along with a cash bar and silent auction. Items up for grabs include a Ryan Kesler jersey.

Organizers are also interested in other auction items that members of the public may wish to donate. Music starts at around 9 p.m.

For tickets ($35) or information, call 778-227-1727.

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