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Fundraiser set for S.O.S., Schleppy

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Carmen Schleppy
A fundraiser for Serving on the Streets and Carmen Schleppy will take place Saturday, at the Family Worship Center on United States 40.

"All About the Kids," a community event presented by Les Rivera, will run from 5-8 p.m.

Musical performances, stand-up comedy, drama presentations, praising and worship and more will take place during the event.

Serving on the Streets
One hundred percent of the donations will go to S.O.S. and Schleppy.

Live praise and worship group Sacred, based in Indianapolis, will perform. As well, those in attendance will see performances from Caleb Sutherland, Destinee Rivera, Kaleen Wetnight and Delaney Coffin.

"Uncle" Les Rivera will also perform a stand-up routine and live drama will be presented by Blazing Hearts.

Special moments with children in the audience will also take place as surprise gift giveaways will be handed out.

Common Council of Brazil board member Steve Lamb will be the evening's guest host.

A cook out and bake sale will also take place.

While no one will be turned away from the event, voluntary donations of $3 at the door will be accepted.

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This event will be held at Family Worship Center at the Staunton flashers, not the Family Life Center at First Christian Church.

-- Posted by just thinking on Mon, Aug 8, 2011, at 9:05 AM
Response by Brazil Times:
Thank you for pointing this out. It has been corrected.

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