Sunday, September 11, 2005


Folks here are not recovered from Ivan but are opening their homes, hearts,wallets and all they can to Katrina victims (Mobile, Biloxi, New Orleans). My home county expects 2000 new student enrollements from Katrina (and it is not a populous county ... Santa Rosa .. no big city or even small city). Salvation Army and Red Cross need volunteers all the time. Smaller church organizations are doing all they can. Hope to be home and organized enough to attend the event below... Vic
Cameo Productions, Ltd "There are No Shows like Cameo's" Memorable Melodies - Intelligible Lyrics Jacqueline Kroschell - Artistic Director

Subject: Me, Myself and God to Benefit Katrina Victims .... Hi this is a rush due to the sudden need of the Katrina victims - we can use all the help we can get to fill this church with spirit and send a good donation to the victims Sept 25, 7 PM, 1st Presbyterian Church of Berkshire Valley Katrina victims to Benefit as Me, Myself and God, rallies to inspire anduplift In the wake of Katrina, Cameo Productions, Ltd. and the First Presbyterian Church of Berkshire Valley are giving an inspirational, uplifting concert on Sunday, September 25 at 7 PM. The proceeds of the program, which is based on Me, Myself and God, will go to benefit victims of hurricane Katrina. Me, Myself and God is a spirit filled work by Steve DePass, "America's Singing Poet", an international star whose work has thrilled several Presidents at the White House, the Queen of England and audiences the world over. Written by Steve DePass, "America's Singing Poet" and composer of over 2,500 songs, the program of all original songs inspired by God's Word and the journey of the soul of Man, will be performed by DePass, along with Sparta's Jacqueline Kroschell, Denville's Carol Middleton, and Domenic DiGioia of Clifton. The First Presbyterian Church of Berkshire Valley, 635 Berkshire Valley Road, just west of the junction of Route 15 and Berkshire Valley Road, 2 miles north of Exit 34b off of US 80, has a limited capacity. Tickets for a suggested minimum donation of $20., can be ordered in advance by calling 973-729-5524, with all unspoken for tickets available at the door one half hour before the concert.

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