My daughter Reagan is doing a benefit concert for www.Wholives.org , a charity organization that has an amazing and inspirational story. WhoLives provides water to remote villages in Africa. It’s not through just any well, but a newly engineered well that is accessible to everyone. Reagan’s hope is to bring in enough money to build a well in Africa this summer.
Please help her by attending the concert Friday, April 12th at 7pm, at the Arlington High School Byrnes Performing Arts Center.
The line up is Haller Marimba Band, Haller Keynotes Choir, former AHS Jazzmine members in a quartet, Manigua (a top Seattle Latin Band), and Hey Gracie- a local Arlington cover band, which features my husband, Reagan herself, and my daughter Madison, plus many other locals from Marysville and Arlington. Also, we are pleased to bring John Renouard, the founder of WhoLives.org, to tell us how he started the organization and how we can help the people in Africa.
It will be an evening you won’t forget- foot stomping music (you might even want to get out of your seats!) and a motivating speaker!
Admission is free (but we do suggest a donation at the door- all donations are tax deductible).
Please bring your friends. You’ll be talking about this night for a long time.
Thanks for taking the time to help a great cause, we hope to see you there.
p.s. Here is a little teaser about John Renouard and how WhoLives started, watch the video here