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Osmond Brothers performance to benefit deaf children in eastern Idaho

A very famous musical family is preparing for a concert in eastern Idaho to benefit local kids who are deaf or hard of hearing.

The original Osmond Brothers are returning to Idaho Falls in July for their second year of raising money for the Olive Osmond Hearing Fund. In 2011, they were able to help 2,000 local children.

Proceeds this year will go to Idaho’s School for the Deaf and Blind, as well as to install a system in public schools to help deaf students better hear their teachers.

Justin Osmond, the only second-generation Osmond who is deaf, started the fund organization to give back.

“I look back at my life, like, you know what? Someone gave me a chance, someone gave me an opportunity. And I was like, you know what? I want to pay that forward,” said Osmond.

The Osmond Brothers will perform at the Civic Auditorium in Idaho Falls on Friday, July 27. For tickets, visit: or

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