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OWN MG Benefit Concert


September 30th, 2023
Starts at 7 PM
Doors at 6 PM
VIP Doors at 4:30 PM

General Admission tickets are $40!
VIP tickets are $110
What's Included with VIP:
  • BBQ Buffet and 2 Drink Tickets
  • VIP Viewing Area
  • Meet and Greet with Cole Hartley

Who is
Cole Hartley?

24-year-old Cole Hartley is a Utah-raised award-winning songwriter and Nashville recording artist. He grew up in Alpine Utah, working rodeos, hunting, fishing, and learning what it means to be a cowboy.


When he got into high school he began writing songs and fell in love with the aspect of storytelling through music. After a two-year mission for the LDS church, he started writing as often as he could, and now years later he tries to write several songs per week, to ensure that he stays on top of his writing abilities. 

Cole’s songs tend to have not only captivated audiences with creative lyrics but also catchy tones and melodies that get stuck in the listener's head. He now tours all over the western states and plays out in Nashville every couple of months.


Cole loves getting to meet fans whether it's after a show, on the street, at church, or anywhere, be sure to come say hey and snag a picture!

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Awareness for Myasthenia

Myasthenia gravis is a chronic autoimmune, neuromuscular disease that causes weakness in the skeletal muscles (the muscles that connect to your bones and contract to allow body movement in the arms and legs and allow for breathing).

The hallmark of myasthenia gravis is muscle weakness that worsens after periods of activity and improves after periods of rest. Certain muscles are often (but not always) involved in the disorder such as those that control:

  • Eye and eyelid movement

  • Facial expressions

  • Chewing

  • Talking

  • Swallowing

The onset of the disorder may be sudden, and symptoms may not be immediately recognized as myasthenia gravis. The degree of muscle weakness involved varies greatly among individuals.


The following symptoms are commonly associated with myasthenia gravis:

  • Weakness of the eye muscles (ocular myasthenia)

  • Drooping of one or both eyelids (ptosis)

  • Blurred or double vision (diplopia)

  • Changes in facial expressions

  • Difficulty swallowing

  • Shortness of breath

  • Impaired speech (dysarthria)

  • Weakness in the arms, hands, fingers, legs, and neck

Sometimes the severe weakness of myasthenia gravis may cause respiratory failure, which requires immediate emergency medical care.

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