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      Concert series raises money for drinking wells

      There will be music coming from the inside the chapel at Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp Saturday night, but not the type you'd be expecting.

      The camp is participating in a 14-state Christian concert tour called the 100 Wells Tour. The tour is to raise money to build 100 drinking wells around the world for those less fortunate.

      "We never have to think about whether there's gonna be water when we turn the tap on," said Tracy Polzin. "There are women in Africa that spend two full weeks of their lives a year collecting water, 6,000 hours walking to and from just to get water."

      There will be different music artists performing, Agape, Lost and Found and Rachel Kurtz, who are all nationally known.

      The concert begins Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in the chapel at Fortune Lake Camp and is $15 for adults. Kids 12 and under are free.