Doug Kammerer, drummer and founder of The Flock of Beagles band, is surrounded by the two most important things in his life: his Beagles and music at his home studio on Fox Island. The band played a donation concert to benefit the Seattle Beagle Rescue, donating $500 from the performance on Friday at MarKee Coffee shop in Gig Harbor.
Doug Kammerer, drummer and founder of The Flock of Beagles band, is surrounded by the two most important things in his life: his Beagles and music at his home studio on Fox Island. The band played a donation concert to benefit the Seattle Beagle Rescue, donating $500 from the performance on Friday at MarKee Coffee shop in Gig Harbor. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
Doug Kammerer, drummer and founder of The Flock of Beagles band, is surrounded by the two most important things in his life: his Beagles and music at his home studio on Fox Island. The band played a donation concert to benefit the Seattle Beagle Rescue, donating $500 from the performance on Friday at MarKee Coffee shop in Gig Harbor. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

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