Covid can’t keep the music low
Make a happy noise and earn a few dollars to support great causes and organizations. Looks good to me!
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church at 4105 Richey Rd. is hosting a benefit concert this Saturday, July 16 at 7:00 p.m. The music will run the gamut from light classical, jazz, blues and pop. It’s a free concert to attend; although donations are gladly accepted.
The church provides meals at Rod’s House and supports the Sunrise Outreach Center, the Gilbert School Backpack Program, the Yakima School District’s Teen Mom Program, Yakima Online, and Open Door. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the concert will go to these local programs and all artists donate their talent and time to support this cause.
The concert is another victory in the war to get back to normal after the pandemic. The organizers say this is a continuation of the concert series which was interrupted by Covid and they encourage everyone to help spread the word that they are back!
Program selections include:
Her eye is on the sparrow….Habanera, from Carmen…..’Til I Hear You Sing, from Love Never Dies…..Stranger in Paradise from Kismet.….Hallelujah…..Bridge Over Troubled Waters…..and Amazing Grace.
Colby Roberts, the new rector of St. Timothy’s, will give a blessing at the start of the concert and refreshments will be served after the concert. The church number is 509-966-7370.