Monday, October 03, 2005

FRIDAY: JavaJive hurricane benefit garners multi-talented performances

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JavaJive has an exciting line-up for Friday's hurricane benefit concert at Mount Greylock Regional High School. You won't want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime assemblage of talent!

The concert will begin at 7 p.m. this Friday, Oct. 7, in the auditorium. Tickets will be $5 for students, $10 for adults. All proceeds will go to help hurricane victims.

Performers will include Mt. Greylock faculty members Pat Blackmun, Cindy Bradley, Erik Forsberg, Drew Gibson, and Marjorie Keeley. Students include Katie-Rose DeCandia, Dan Kleederman, Davy Payne, and others. The a cappella Ephlats from Williams College will open the show, and Williamstown's own Flatbed Dixieland Jazz Band will add a New Orleans flavor to the mix.

Local students who traveled to Biloxi, Mississippi, with Habitat for Humanity last spring will talk about their experience, and filmclips of New Orleans will be shown.

Masters of ceremony will include senior Charles Cochran, freshman Ben Neckler (recently of New Orleans), and long-time JavaJive emcee Mollie Berman.

If you would like to contribute baked goods for the intermission bake sale, or non-perishable items for New Orleans relief, please bring them to the lobby before the show.

For more information, please contact or call Deb Burns at 458-0925.


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