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By Mark Hebert
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Live music to highlight NW Realty customer appreciation party at the Stockman Terrace

 

Kyle Shobe and the Walk 'Em Boys will play the United Country Real Estate Northwest Realty & Auction Party at the Stockman Terrace in Malta on Friday.

As some summer events for Phillips County have bit the dust this week, one this Friday, June 12 in Malta as Kyle Shobe & the Walk 'Em Boys head to town to take the stage at the Stockman Terrace courtesy of United Country Real Estate Northwest Realty & Auction as they celebrate their 1st Annual Community Appreciation party.

United Country Real Estate Northwest Realty & Auction Calry Bishop told the PCN that at last year's Grand Opening Party that the weather cooperated, and there was a wide- range of ages last year visiting, playing games, dancing, and the entire party went so well that the company would host another.

"Since we had such a great time, we decided to make it an annual event," Bishop said. "The success of our business absolutely hinges on the support of the community and providing this event is an opportunity for us to say thank you and express our appreciation for the community who works with us, encourages us and cheers us on, we love where we live and the people who live here."

United Country Real Estate Northwest Realty & Auction is in their second year since merging (Bishop merged her business with that of Barb and Gary Anderson) and currently have seven agents, Bishop, and Tanner Anderson, Gary Anderson, Shane Anderson, Signa Mikesell, Kirsten Voegel and Mike Hammond.

Another member of the United Country is Kyle Shobe (he and his father Jayson own Shobe Auction & Realty in Lewiston) who will be playing live music with his band at the event.

Shobe told the PCN that between bull sales and farm auctions, he spends a lot of time in Malta and knows a lot of folks here. He said he is about as ready for a party as everyone in Phillips County likely is.

"This is the first time we've had an opportunity to bring the band to town and we are certainly looking forward to it," he said. "I think everybody has a touch of cabin fever and this will be a neat opportunity to get together as a community. As far as the 'Walk 'Em Boys' are concerned, this is the kind of function that is right up our alley."

The live music starts at the Stockman Terrace at 7:30 p.m. and social distancing are in effect, and yard games and food will be for sale from Side Hustle starting at 6 p.m. (The concert and the games are free for the public and everyone is invited.

"I grew up going to community dances and gatherings at barns and fire halls, and we try to keep a little of that 'country dance hall spirit' alive with our music," Shobe said.

 

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