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Today: Rockland Benefit Concert For Newtown

Benefit Concert Featuring Norm Hathaway Big Band: Half of the proceeds will go to Hurricane Sandy Relief for Rockland, other half will go to the Newtown Lions club who will be in attendance

 

After the Sandy Hook tragedies in Newtown, organizations and locals came up with ways to give back. Lions District 20R-1, which covers Rockland, Northern Westchester and Putnam, is hosting a benefit concert at Tappan Zee High School on Sunday, Jan. 13 from 2 - 4 p.m.

The Lions clubs is the world's largest service organization made up of local groups that volunteer within their communities. 

This benefit concert features Norm Hathaway Big Band, which appears throughout the Metro area and has played return engagements at the Iridium on Broadway, “New York’s Best Jazz Club” and recently appeared on Satruday Night Live.

Tickets can be bought at the door. Half of the proceeds will go to Hurricane Sandy Relief for Rockland County and the other half will go to the Newtown Lions club who will be in attendance

"When Swing Was King" A Big Band Show that will lift your spirits

  • DATE:  Sunday, January 13, 2013 from 2 to 4 pm 
  • PLACE: Tappan Zee High School Auditorium, Orangeburg, NY 10962    
  • TICKETS:  $30/person;   $50/couple;   $20/seniors;   $10 students
  • Call Laurie at 845-893-0040 

"It's going to be neat. I'm really excited," said Barbara Chuck, Nanuet resident and Second Vice District Governor of Lions District 20R-1

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