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Joan Marcus, left, and Linda Friedlein, sisters from Willmar, talk Friday about their many years of working as Sonshine volunteer coordinators. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Music still the heartbeat of Sonshine

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WILLMAR - Thousands come to Sonshine Music Festival for the music and fellowship, and after three days of performances, attendees haven't been let down by the biggest names in Christian music.

Christian crunk rock band Family Force 5, who hail from Atlanta, Ga., headlined Wednesday night, kicking off the festival on the right foot, Sara Johnson, of Norwood Young America, said.

"Their show was just so fun," Johnson said. "They put on a fun after party that night too."

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