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    The gates opened at 4pm on Saturday, April 13th at California Lutheran’s William Rolland Stadium.  The concert was free of charge and there was a strong presence of law enforcement in attendance.  Citizens Journal’s founder attended the event. The Lt. Dan Band came out and played at 6:15pm that evening entertaining the crowd with tunes from the 70’s and 80’s. 

    From KCAL:

    “Sinise and [John] Ondrasik were only too happy to be able to shed a light on the first responders who helped Thousand Oaks cope with the Borderline murders and the deadly Woolsey Fire days later.

    “’I live in Ventura County. I was here when this terrible thing happened last November. A 1-2 punch in the face,’ Sinise said.

    “He hosted what he called “A Night of Enjoyment” — free of charge.

    “It wasn’t a fundraiser, it was just about putting smiles on peoples’ faces.”

    Thank you, Mr. Sinise!


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