Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Recovery Band in Concert

Greetings all! 

I wanted to let you know of this fabulous event that has consumed my life for the last few months and will until June 13, 2009!  On that date The N.O.A.H. Project, the homeless organization I work for, will be hosting a Community Peace Concert to raise awareness on homelessness and poverty all the while we celebrate community in Detroit.  I am emailing each one of you because I am in real need of getting the word out on this fabulous event.  All of you are greatly connected to this city and very passionate about it as well.  And this concert is focused on creating change in this city we love so much.  This is a full fledged concert with five bands, slam poets and a speaker.  Attached you will find a jpeg of the concert flyer, a pdf of the concert flyer and a press release of the concert.  Please use whichever you can to get the word out. 

I would have pasted the jpeg on the email but I'm not really all that sure on how to do it.  Anyhow, please forward on this event information.

Also, here is a little blurb of the concert:

The N.O.A.H. Project Community Peace Concert ** June 13, 2009 ** 3pm-7pm ** Central UMC Parking Lot
On June 13, 2009 the N.O.A.H. Project will present a free community concert in the parking lot to promote peace and raise awareness on issues surrounding homelessness. We all claim to want peace in this chaotic world, let us create peace in our own backyard. All are welcome to celebrate our common humanity and to enjoy music, poetry, and speakers that talk about peace at home. Featuring Jocelyn B & the Detroit Street Players, Julie Beutel, shoe., the Y-Arts Deep River Choir, and the Recovery Band.  Also speaking is Bishop Tom Gumbleton.

Thank you for all that you do!  Each of you are very important to me and thank you so much for helping me get the word out to people you know.  Please do not hesitate to let me know if you have any questions or other suggestions on getting the word out. 

In Peace with Each Other,


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