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4/9/2012 8:03:00 AM
Rainbow Acres to present Fine Arts Series featuring Blazin' M Cowboys

On April 15, at 2 p.m., the Blazin' M Cowboys, featuring Cousin Otis, will perform in concert as part of the Rainbow Acres Fine Arts Series.

The free concert is open to the community and will take place at the Palmer Community Center, located on the Rainbow Acres Ranch. Rainbow Acres is located at 2120 W. Reservation Loop Road in Camp Verde. Light refreshments will follow the performance.

The Blazin' M Cowboys are the featured entertainment at Cottonwood's famous Blazin' M Ranch.

They serve up a rip roarin' show during the Blazin' M's chuckwagon dinner.

Their performance combines musical skill with cowboy poetry and a dash of humor. To learn more about the Blazin' M Cowboys, or the Blazin' M Ranch, visit

For more information about the Rainbow Acres performance, contact Kelli Kowalski at (928) 567-5231 or

Rainbow Acres is a ranch-style community for adults with developmental disabilities. At Rainbow Acres, job skills, social standards and self-help methods are taught through the love and concern of Christian people.

The primary emphasis of the Rainbow Acres total-life concept is to foster a sense of self-worth in each resident through positive qualities of family-style living in a loving and accepting community.

The Ranch is based in Camp Verde, Arizona.

For more information, visit

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