ST. LUCIE COUNTY – The fifth annual Giving Concert is planned for October 26th at Lincoln Park Academy in the auditorium located at 1806 Avenue I in Fort Pierce. The doors will open to the general public at 6:30 p.m. and the concert boasting area choral groups will begin at 7:00 p.m.
The event, sponsored by St. Lucie Public Schools and organized by Choral Director Dr. Rolanda Jones, will benefit Grace Packs which is a weekly weekend back pack program that provides necessary food items to students in need.
Admission to the concert is a non-perishable food item donated to Grace Packs. The concert will feature choruses from Allapattah Flats K-8, Dan McCarty Middle School, Forest Grove Middle School, Fort Pierce Central High School, Fort Pierce Westwood High School, Lincoln Park Academy, and Samuel S. Gaines Academy K-8.
For more information on the Giving Concert, contact Dr. Kevin Perry at Kevin.firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Rolanda Jones at Rolanda.email@example.com or 772-468-5700 Ext. 2065.
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