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Tigirlily plays online fundraiser for Great Plains Food Bank

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Kendra (left) and Krista Slaubaugh of Tigirlily play a benefit show for the Great Plains Food Bank on Thursday night. Jordan Axtman / Special to The Forum
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North Dakota natives Tigirlily will play an online fundraiser for the Great Plains Food Bank with a show at 7 p.m., Thursday.

The Nashville, Tenn.,-based country duo, sisters Kendra and Krista Slaubaugh, are the fourth in the non-profit’s live music series, following shows by 32 Below, Kat Perkins and Blind Joe.

The concert can be viewed on the Facebook pages for both Tigirlily and the Great Plains Food Bank. Fans can interact with the act through Facebook, request songs and make donations to the Great Plains Food Bank.

As North Dakota’s only food bank, the Great Plains Food Bank works with 213 food pantries, shelters, soup kitchens, and other charitable feeding programs for children, seniors, and families in need in 99 communities around the state and Clay County, Minn.

Since the coronavirus outbreak, the charity has seen a drop in donations but a rise in demand for feeding the needy.

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