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Father and daughter duo Jeff and Kelsey Kepple perform March 3 at the West End Theatre in Quincy in a benefit for the Plumas Health Care Foundation. Photo submitted

‘Love is What You Do’ concert to benefit Plumas Health Care Foundation

Homegrown acoustic duo Dr. Jeff Kepple and daughter Kelsey will perform a benefit concert for the Plumas Health Care Foundation on March 3, at the West End Theatre, 541 Main St. in Quincy. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m.

“Love Is What You Do” features a repertoire of original tunes, from folk to gospel to jazz, showcased in a stunning blend of vocal harmonies.

The pair will perform some of their most beloved songs, including the headliner “Love is what you do.” Both show and original song emphasize and celebrate small town labors of love.

Jeff Kepple dedicated 20 years to family medicine and obstetrics in Quincy before accepting the role as CEO of Plumas District Hospital. The remarkable stories of many of Jeff’s patients have inspired his songwriting and musical expression, as have the delights and challenges of rural family life. Kelsey is a violinist, vocalist, string arranger and a passionate improvisational player. Musical guests will join the duo for special appearances.

“My definition of community is ‘people from diverse backgrounds coming together in a common place to get good things done,’” said Dr. Kepple. “I wanted to offer something I could do for the Foundation.”

Plumas Health Care Foundation members work voluntarily to raise funds and community support to enhance the services and facilities at Plumas District Hospital. Thanks to the kindheartedness of its donors, the Foundation has been able to support PDH through the purchase of new diagnostic equipment, Adopt-A-Room projects and by joining the community-driven new ambulance purchase.

This past holiday season, the Foundation once again celebrated the spirit of giving through the lighting of the hospital’s giant Christmas tree.

Special events and the generosity of the community allow the Foundation’s season of giving to last throughout the year. All proceeds from “Love Is What You Do” will benefit Plumas Health Care Foundation.

Concert tickets are available at Quincy Provisions (Carey Candy Co.), The Toy Store-Little People and the administration office at Plumas District Hospital. Admission is $35 and includes hors d’oeuvres and one free glass of wine or soft drink.

For more information about Plumas Health Care Foundation, contact: Leann Kennedy, 283-7975, [email protected].

To see and hear The Kepple Band Perform, visit youtube.com/user/thekeppleband or learn more about The Kepple Band at: facebook.com/thekeppleband.

Listen to their new album release “Oh My My” now on Amazon and iTunes.

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