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Marketplace Cafe’s “Acts of Kindness” event to benefit Yavapai Food Council

Friday, April 26th, 6:00 to 10:00 PM

The idea that inspired this 2013 Focus on “Acts of Kindness” has already resulted in over $6,000 for Big Park Community School. Marketplace Cafe has chosen Yavapai Food Council as the designated charity for its second community event on April 26th. Previously named the Verde Food Council, this expanded organization is now addressing the hunger issue across Yavapai County. Most of us have no idea how serious the issue of hunger is in our community. It isn’t obvious, and so it can easily be ignored.
On April 26th, you will learn how the community is already responding to the hunger issue and how you can become involved by demonstrating compassion for those who are experiencing hunger through your own acts of kindness.

At the Marketplace Café on Friday the 26th of April, there will be performances by seven outstanding local musicians, who are donating their time and talent to help with this fundraising event.

 

chris jamison
Chris Jamison

6:00 – 6:30 pm: Chris Jamison

 

6:45 – 7:45 pm: Robin Dean Salmon and Chris Robin

 

8:00 – 8:45 pm: Diversity – Rene’e and Tim Claybon

 

9:00 – 10:00 pm: Michelle Williams and Alan Standingbear

Michelle Williams and Alan Standingbear
Michelle Williams and Alan Standingbear

They will provide a musical concert for which you would pay more than $26 to experience in any other venue. A $26 cover charge is requested as a ticket for admission. The entire $26 fee will be donated to Yavapai Food Council. Some of the benefits for those in attendance will include surprise gifts to be distributed to those who participates in the event, $2.60 well drinks, house wine and beer for the entire evening and “Kindness Charms” created by the Women of Sedona that will be randomly placed on the tables. Perhaps you will be one of the lucky individuals who will be found by the “Kindness Charms” and have the opportunity to pass them on.
Throughout the evening you will have the ability to simply sit and enjoy the music or get up and dance the night away. It will be a
celebration of life! Take action and join us for this second “Acts of Kindness” event. The first 26 people to make reservations will receive a free calendar called “Reflections”, a gift from Beverly Copen and Pat Brazil, with twelve beautiful photographs suitable for framing, plus a copy of Ken Rouse’s book, “Putting Money In Its Place.”

 

Friday, April 26th, 6:00 to 10:00 PM

Plan now to be a part of this second “Acts of Kindness” Event.
Make your reservations now!
Marketplace Café – 928-284-5478