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Speaking Through Silence group lists Show Performers

By Greg Blair
News from Speaking Through Silence

Performers for the special Speaking Through Silence and Dream Depot Concert at the Columbian Theater, 126 Public Square Columbia KY, on Friday, April 27, 2012, at7pmCT willl include this outstanding roster:
Gary Samuell, Jenny Cundiff, Jennifer Biggs, Neal Sneed, Rob Collins, Mackie Jo Pennington, Holly Burton, Yulanda Bradshaw, Judy Somerville, Becky Taylor, Ruby Sayard, Janice Overstreet, Shawn Samuell, Robbie Morrison,Richie Symmes, Greg Blair, and Nicole Burton
In addition to the entertainment, there will be concessions, silent auctions, and door prices.

Also on this night Speaking through Silence will recognize the Angels in the community and ask that anyone who is a parent or caregiver of a child with autism please let Speaking Through Silence know in order for these angels to be honored in a pinning ceremony. Contact Antoine Rouse with the names and contact information for the recipients.

Speaking Through Silence's last Autism Awareness Booth at Mcdonald's was a success. Thanks to everyone for stopping by and helping us out. - Greg Blair

This story was posted on 2012-04-25 12:04:54
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