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:: Benefit Next Friday Night. . .

By: Tish Lyndsey (indytoafrica at tishlyndsey dot com)
Friday, April 6, 2007 12:00:00 PM


Our friends in Africa are in the midst of a holocaust; find out how you can help.

From Indy to Africa presents: Women for Women.

A night of rock, soul, and spoken word; by women - for the women of Africa.

Featuring:  Tasha Jones; Jenn Cristy; Tish Lyndsey; and Mab Lab featuring Kate Lamont

Special Guest: Tatjiana Rebelle

WHAT: From Indy to Africa presents: Women for Women.

WHEN: Friday, April 13th 2007 8pm $10cover  21+

Cocktail hour from 7pm-8pm
featuring Detroit jazz artist: Barbara Randall

WHERE: Upper Room (Above Broad Ripple Steakhouse)

929 E. Westfield BLVD Indianapolis, IN 46220

Tasha Jones Jenn Cristy Tish Lyndsey Mab Lab 

From Indy to Africa's hope is that, through music, awareness and compassion can be raised. The evening will highlight ways to get involved, as well as up-to-date information on the crisis.

Proceeds to benefit: Women for Women International, International Rescue Committee, & Rachele Rehab. Center. 


Women for Women is sponsored
 by The Culture Connection and
 Curvy Girl Yoga

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