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Super Star Tribute Band Concert for Autism in Merrick to Benefit Children With Autism

Super Star Tribute Band Concert for Autism in Merrick to Benefit Children With Autism

North Merrick, NY; March 31, 2014 – Long Island-based tribute bands The Liverpool Shuffle, Captain Jack, and Beginnings will strike a chord for Long Island children with autism while performing popular hits of The Beatles, Billy Joel and Chicago, respectively, during The Mosaic Foundation for Autism’sSuper Star Tribute Band Concert for Autism. This charitable musical show will be held Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. at Brookside School, located at 1260 Meadowbrook Road in North Merrick, NY.

“It is so uplifting to see these three popular tribute bands known for celebrating our musical greats performing together to lend support for our mission in raising autism awareness,” says Lauretta Murdock, a mother of two sons with autism who is Founder of both The Mosaic Foundation for Autism in Wantagh, NY and The Mosaic School for Autism in Wantagh, NY. “It is our hope that people will attend our ‘Super Star Tribute Band Concert’ where they will not only have the opportunity to enjoy a fun night of music but also extend some love and support for children with autism.”  

“Captain Jack is excited to participate in this charitable event to help support The Mosaic Foundation for Autism mission in promoting more awareness about autism and raising funds to support the futures of individuals with autism,” says Captain Jack Band Leader and Drummer Sal DiMarco. “We’re delighted to use the popularity of Billy Joel’s music as a means of generating more autism awareness and support for today’s autism community.”

Tickets for the show, produced by Friend Entertainment USA, are $35.00 per person. Anyone unable to attend can still support this cause by purchasing a ticket for an individual with development disabilities to attend in their place by contacting 516-765-3696. Proceeds will benefit The Mosaic Foundation for Autism, a nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness of autism and its challenges, as well as other local autism groups. For further information or to purchase tickets, please call 516-765-3696. Tickets are also available for purchase online at http://mosaictribute.eventbrite.com.

The Mosaic Foundation for Autism Inc., which is affiliated with The Mosaic School for Autism, actively seeks to raise awareness of autism and its challenges as well as funds to increase opportunities for people with autism so they can participate in appropriate educational, social and recreational activities. For more information about The Mosaic Foundation for Autism Inc., please call 516-765-3696 or visit www.themosaicschool.org.

Founded by Lauretta Murdock, an autism educator and advocate who has two children with autism, The Mosaic School for Autism is a private school that serves children with autism ranging from the ages of five through 21. Students at The Mosaic School receive a quality, hands-on education that is tailored to suite their unique behavioral and learning needs, with emphasis on fostering the communication, social and academic skills necessary for living and functioning within the family, school and community environments. Each student’s program is developed in close cooperation with the individual’s family and school district along with any other professionals working with the family. For more information about The Mosaic School, please call 516-765-3696 or visit www.themosaicschool.org

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