We Shall Shine!

2016-01-27_11-31-05On Sunday, January 31st, The Teaneck Community Chorus is presenting “We Shall Shine”, a Concert for Women of the World with the Teaneck High School Concert Choir at Teaneck High School. The program will begin at 3 pm.

$500 of the concert proceeds will be donated to The Center for Food Action’s Emergency Services Program.

Special guest: Kayla Harvey (2015 Teaneck Teen Idol).  Steven Bell is the Artistic Director.

Tickets can be purchased online: www.teaneckcommunitychorus.org.  Please call 201.836.2934.  Advance tickets: $18 / $20 at the door. Seniors $12 / $15. Students $5.

ABOUT THE TEANECK COMMUNITY CHORUS

The Teaneck Community Chorus was founded in 1999 to help bring the community together in celebration of diversity. Choir members learn to sing together, listen to one another and respect differences. For its efforts, the Chorus received Teaneck’s highest honor for community relations: The 2013 Matthew Feldman Award.

ABOUT THE CENTER FOR FOOD ACTION

The Center for Food Action (CFA), founded in 1976, is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) organization that provides emergency services to northern New Jersey’s poorest and most vulnerable residents. CFA provides food, housing, utility and heating assistance and offers counseling and advocacy services to low-income individuals and families. CFA is headquartered in Englewood and has sites in Fairview, Hackensack, Mahwah, Ridgefield, Ringwood, and Saddle Brook. In 2014, at the request of Bergen Community College, CFA opened a site on BCC’s Paramus campus in order to serve low-income students and their families.

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