|"Battered But Not Beaten" Change for Children talent show||
Time: 7:00 PMto 9:00 PM
Student senators at the
Since the recipients of the show’s proceeds this year are all college-aged students, the theme is “All Grown Up – Battered But Not Beaten.” The three, current or former CSI students, are Graham Stanley, Leano Zephir, and Rosa Lopez. Stanley and Zephir were victims of separate assaults last fall. Lopez was struck by a car while crossing a street on her way to class. Money raised from the show will help the students with their medical bills.
All acts auditioned to be part of the show. At least three groups will perform dance and drum line routines and eight individuals will perform popular and classic vocals, violin, break dancing, and Latin dance. Masters of ceremonies for the show will be Broc and Andi from FM 99.9, ‘The Buzz.’
Admission to the event is free of charge, but donations are encouraged to the students for whom the show has been organized. Local businesses have donated hundreds of dollars worth of prizes and gift certificates to the event that will be raffled to those in attendance.
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