Bowie Rural VFD readies annual fish fry, concert

Members of the Bowie Rural Volunteer Fire Department invite you to attend its annual fish fry and live concert on Sept. 14 at the Bowie Community Center 413 Pelham Street.
The always popular fish fry will be served from 5-8 p.m. or sellout. Cost is your donation. Enjoy live music and and auction.
There will be a drawing for two guns with tickets at $5 each for a chance to win a Savage Axis 6.5 Creedmoore and a Glock 43×9.
For more information or to donate items to the auction call Terry Gunter at 531-1934 or Randall Preuninger, 841-4277.
Later that evening enjoy a separate concert featuring William Clark Green and the Read Southall band. Doors open at 8 p.m. with Read Southall taking the stage at 9 p.m. and William Clark Green performing at 10:30 p.m. Tickets are only $25 in advance at: outhousetickets.com.
William Clark Green is an American country music singer from Flint, Texas. He has released five studio albums and one live album. His most recent release is “Hebert Island.” In 2012, Green released his third album, Rose Queen on April 30, 2013 and it became his breakthrough album. The first single from the album was “It’s About Time” which became his first Top Ten song on Texas Radio.
Oklahoma singer Read Southall brings a unique sound to country music influenced by an array of singers from Hank Williams to Johnny Paycheck. Read wrote, recorded, and independently released his first album, Six String Sorrow, in 2015 and recently released Borrowed Time with his band. With overdriven guitars and heavy drums, the Read Southall Band aims to deliver a rock and roll experience at every show