Cold Creek County and The Small Town Girls will be performing to create awareness and raise money for Youth Unlimited Norfolk.The June 27 charity concert will be held at The Aud in Simcoe. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m.“We are so excited about this,” Dan Avey, who is the satellite director of YFC/Youth Unlimited-Norfolk County, said in a press release. “To have a band like Cold Creek County here is huge. We couldn’t thank them enough for coming here and helping out with such a great cause.”YFC/Youth Unlimited-Norfolk County is a place where the area’s youth can go and be part of a community. Avey said a program like this is vital to the community.“The youth are our future,” Avey said. “Helping them out now is so important. The programming we do really does make a difference in the community. And having an event like this will go a long way.”Cold Creek County are known for their entertaining live show. They are also heavy hitters in the Canadian country scene, boasting a Juno nomination, multiple Canadian Country Music Award nominations, including group of the year. They have also won group of the year multiple years in a row at the Ontario Country Music Awards.They have several top 20 hits across Canada, including “Our Town,” “Till the Wheels Come Off,” “Beer Weather,” “Homemade,” “Money,” and their newest release “Gold.”The group’s members are Doug Oliver, Josh Lester, Trevor MacLeod, Justin Lester, and Jordan Honsinger. They were founded in Brighton, Ontario, in 2013 and signed to Sony Music Canada in 2014.Opening for Cold Creek County are local favourites, The Small Town Girls.The band consists of identical twins Haley and Hannah VanMaele, along with Cassie VanMaele, and Jillian VanDaalen.The Small Town Girls have won numerous awards, including the 2018 edition of Norfolk Has Talent.“We’re so happy that The Small Town Girls are part of this event,” Avey said. “They are great kids and great examples of how youth can reach their potential.”Tickets are for sale online and you can go to yfcnorfolkcounty.com to get the link. read more