BANDs, SINGERS, MUSICIANS WANTED FOR HAITIAN RELIEF FUNDRAISER AT LOBBY OF TOWN HALL Jan 29
Release Date: January 20, 2010
BANDS, SINGERS, MUSICIANS WANTED FOR HAITIAN RELIEF FUNDRAISER AT LOBBY OF GREENBURGH TOWN HALL ON FRIDAY JANUARY 29TH FROM 11 TO 5:30 PM
Town Clerk Judith Beville, along with Lee Mouzakitis and Felicia Constable (town employees) are organizing a unique fundraiser at the Greenburgh Town Hall on Friday, January 29th from 11 AM to 5:30 PM. We are asking musicians to donate their time and to show off their musical talents. Their performances at the lobby of the Greenburgh Town Hall (177 Hillside Ave, White Plains) will be recorded on public access TV. We will encourage visitors to Greenburgh Town Hall to make voluntary contributions to support the victims of the recent Haitian disaster. We hope many people will stop by at Town Hall that day to make a personal donation to the Haitian relief effort. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the afya foundation, a local Hastings/Yonkers based foundation founded by Danielle Butin of Hastings that has a track record working with Haitian residents.
If you are affiliated with a band or are a vocalist/musician and would like to perform – please contact Judith Beville at 993-1504 or e mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. All musicians will be recognized with certificates at an upcoming Town Board meeting.
We also welcome food donations from residents to make the event more hospitable to our guests and potential contributors.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor