Cue the lights! The performers! The music! The production is about it open! Everyone is ready for this grand event honoring one of the Grand Rapids' greatest treasures Jean Enright. The only thing missing is you...
The Let Their Voice Be Heard Girls Choral Academy Benefit Gala acknowledges Jean's many contributions to the area, her giving spirit, her delightful sense of being, and her outstanding philanthropic efforts. At this year's benefit we will award Jean the 2012 Giving Girls a Voice Achievement Award. The benefit will be held on November 7 at 7 p.m. at the University Club of Grand Rapids. The evening sparkles with entertainment by Creative Edge Productions featuring Larry Young, Kelly Carey, and CiCi Gramer in the show Broadway Our Way.
The gala begins with a private gathering for sponsors, followed by dinner and the show, and culminates in an elegant reception, meet and greet, and indulgent desserts.
Touching and transforming lives, Girls Choral Academy is serving more than seven hundred fifty West Michigan children this year. Using music to make a difference, girls and boys are growing in self-esteem and self-confidence, honing musical skills and enriching math and reading competencies.
For tickets, call the Girls Choral Academy at 616-361-6111 or visit girlschoralacademy.org/donate.
About Girls Choral Academy:
The Girls Choral Academy provides a unique opportunity for girls of all ages across West Michigan to grow in self-esteem and self-confidence through the magic of music. With an exciting outreach to at-risk girls in urban Grand Rapids, Girls Choral Academy embraces diversity and believes in the amazing miracle of girls. Girls Choral Academy's innovative music education program, Mind Meets Music, is using the power of music to grow math and reading skills in at-risk elementary students. Everything the academy does is guided by the bold proclamation: touch and enhancing children's lives through music.
Source: Jennifer Decker