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help us to dig water wells _ benefit concert for Water is Life Kenya

September 11, 2011


Join us for a the 3rd Annual Benefit Concert for Water is Life Kenya. Money raised helps to dig/build water wells in Kenya. Less time spent by the villagers walking miles and miles for water means more time spent on quality of life such as getting an education and spending time with family.
Benefit Concert: Music, Water & Life “Everyone Can Help Anyone” Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church, Murray Hill/Gramercy East Side – Manhattan. September 15th, 2011; 7pm

Water Is Life – Kenya [501(c)3]

Benefit Concert: Music, Water & Life “Everyone Can Help Anyone”

Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church, Murray Hill/Gramercy East Side – Manhattan7pm; $25 at the door, Children under 10, free.  Not to be missed! 

Pianist Noby Ishida will accompany stellar NYC-based performers including Noah Racey (Broadway: Follies, Curtains, Never Gonna Dance, & Thoroughly Modern Millie), Jason Yudoff (from Jason Yudoff & The New Hotness as seen at The Highline, Rockwood Music Hall & Maxwell’s), and vocal talents of half a dozen professional Classical Singers. Dancers from The Keen Dance Theater of NYC and Women’s Percussion & Vocal Ensemble, Grace Drums, will also perform. Money raised will be sent to help drill Deep & Shallow Water Wells in Kenya – currently working in the Olepolos Community in the Mt. Kilimanajaro highlands. Proceeds will also go to WILK toward helping to develop sustainable water resources in areas of need, provide sanitation & hygiene education and workshops for stimulate improved livestock keeping practices. WILK has now helped over 20,000 people and over 100,000 of their livestock now have access to clean water! Kenyan jewelry sales, a raffle & a light reception will follow the concert. To learn more about WILK, go to

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