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Families Matter concert benefits Belknap House & Genesis

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To The Daily Sun,

Oct. 21, Berklee College of Music’s world renowned a cappella choir, “Pitch Slapped,” will perform at the Meredith Community Auditorium (located at Inter-Lakes High School) at 7 p.m. Tickets are $27.50 for adults. Students, with student IDs, can purchase tickets at the door for $10 for everyone else, tickets are available at www.tbinh.org. All net proceeds will go to Belknap House and Genesis Behavioral Health.

In a world where everyone is vying to matter, the Temple B'Nai Israel We Care Team believes that Families Matter and that is why they have chosen to support, via the Oct. 21 concert, both Belknap House and Genesis Behavioral Health. Both organizations work to help families in need. Belknap House supports families by providing a temporary cold weather shelter that is geared toward keeping families together during the fall and winter months, while working with those families to find more permanent solutions. Genesis Behavioral Health offers counseling to help solve family issues. Both organizations provide critical family services to the Lakes Region communities.

You can help them while enjoying a terrific night out on Saturday, Oct. 21. Tickets and more information are available at www.tbinh.org.

Stu Needleman

Moultonborough