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TODAY news for Thursday, January 15, 2007

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Calimesa Concert Series will host Buddy Houghtaling in concert

Battle Creek, Michigan, dentist Buddy Houghtaling, DDS, will make his fourth appearance in the Calimesa Community Concert Series on Saturday evening, February 3, at 7:30 p.m., at the Calimesa Seventh-day Adventist Church, 391 Myrtlewood Drive.

Dr. Houghtaling is a practicing dentist but has a great love for music, according to Robert Soderblom, MD, director of the series. “Dr. Houghtaling has traveled extensively throughout the United States singing at churches, church conferences, youth rallies, and other Christian fellowship gatherings.”

Just recently, Dr. Houghtaling released his sixth recording that reflects strongly of his family. During the four years it took for him to write the songs on the CD, he and his wife, Tina, were blessed with four children. They now have a fifth child in the family.

Dr. Houghtaling has been writing, singing, and playing songs for 16 years. His recordings “Family Reunion,” “Little Lamb Songs,” and “I Will Wait” feature favorite songs for all ages.

His song “Here Kitty Kitty” is an interpretation of the biblical story of Daniel in the lion’s den and has been played extensively on Christian radio. It became a favorite request song on Family Life’s Radio Sunshine Network and is a favorite at his concerts.

Admission to the program is a $10 donation for open seating in the sanctuary. Tickets are available at both the Riverside and Loma Linda branches of the Adventist Book Center and at the Berean Book Store in Colton. Tickets are also available at the LLU student affairs office.

For tickets by mail, please send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Concert Series, P.O. Box 647, Calimesa, California 92320, with the remittance and request, and the tickets will be mailed to the sender.

Further information can be obtained by calling (909) 795-4960.

TODAY news for Thursday, January 15, 2007