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Bands, comedy to entertain local youths Feb. 8

February 01, 2002

IMPERIAL — A "True Love Waits" lock-in for local junior high and high school students and featuring several bands is scheduled for Feb. 8 in the Casa de Mañana at the Imperial Valley Expo here.

Slated to appear are the bands Superchic[k], Nifty Tom Fifty and Electrik Groove. The bands will team with the improv comedy of Delivery Boys and Entourage, featuring nationally known youth speaker John Hodges, plus the local talents of Jeremy Alford and the Rockhouse Worship Band.

Superchic[k]'s debut album, "Karaoke Superstars," was released on InPop Records on May 22. The band was featured on both Festival Con Dios tours in 2001 and began its first headlining tour Oct. 12. Superchic[k] was featured in the MGM film and soundtrack "Legally Blonde" and Columbia Pictures film "The Glass House." It also was featured on MTV's "The Real World," ESPN's Winter X Games, ABC's "Alias," The WB Network's "Jack & Jill" and NBC's "Providence." Its Web site is www.superchick.net

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Doors open at 8 p.m. and activities will end at 6 a.m. Feb. 9. Admission is $6 and includes pizza and soda for dinner and doughnuts for breakfast.

Pre-registration may be made by calling Youth for Christ at 352-7070 or First Baptist Church at 352-1660.

Those planning to attend must have a medical release if they are under 18. Forms are available at Youth For Christ, Campus Life, Revelations Bookstore in El Centro and local church youth groups.

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