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Tuckermans at 9 & Sugarbeats a cappella Dec 15

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  • Mark Miller
    Please forward to all your a cappella friends and family!   Tuckermans at 9and The Sugarbeats team up for a Christmas benefit concert at Verdant Pastures
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 10, 2012
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      Please forward to all your a cappella friends and family!
       
      Tuckermans at 9 and The Sugarbeats team up for a Christmas benefit concert at Verdant Pastures Auditorium in Epping, New Hampshire, at 7:30 pm on December 15. Proceeds go to the Exeter St. Vincent de Paul Community Assistance Center.
       
      You'll enjoy extraordinary acoustics, a beautiful hardwood proscenium stage, comfortable seating, and plenty of free parking. The setting is an historic 100-acre farm just off Route 27 on Ladd’s Lane in Epping, New Hampshire.
       
      We'll offer our favorites, old and new, plus holiday tunes such as Karen Carpenter's heart-touching "Merry Christmas, Darling", "Carol of the Bells", "Holly Jolly Christmas" featuring the ladies of T9… even a rap version of "Here We Come A-Caroling"!
       
      And if you can, please bring a non-perishable food item for the food pantries.
       
      Tuckermans at 9 with opener The Sugarbeats, December 15, 7:30pm, Verdant Pastures Auditorium, 38 Ladd's Lane (off Route 27), Epping, New Hampshire. Tickets $20 to benefit Exeter St. Vincent de Paul Community Assistance Center available at the door; Exeter Music, 135 Water Street, Exeter, New Hampshire; and Exeter St. Vincent de Paul Community Assistance Center, 53 Lincoln Street, Exeter, New Hampshire. Call 603-772-9922. More info: tuckermansat9.com and Tuckermans at 9 on Facebook.
       
      About Exeter St. Vincent de Paul:
      Exeter St. Vincent de Paul has helped the less fortunate of the area for the past 23 years. Last November, the group opened the Community Assistance Center at 53 Lincoln Street, which houses its Food Pantry and offices. During the past 12 months, St. Vincent de Paul has served over 2,300 families and 140,000 meals. The 100-volunteer organization also provides employment assistance, health and senior services, and programs that help with fuel, utilities, and other essentials.
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