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Thursday, November 10, 2005

WV Serenade

WHAT is the WV Serenade?
The Serenade is a huge variety show/concert featuring over a dozen of the region's most talented performers and performing groups - ranging from Gospel to Rock, Broadway to Blues, Bluegrass to Barbershop, Celtic to County to Classical. Besides celebrating our beautiful state, the Serenade also includes a moving tribute to Senator Robert C. Byrd - who has promoted WV artistry so vigorously throughout his career.

WHERE?
The Apollo Theatre in Martinsburg, WV. For more info on this beautiful, 500 seat theatre, please go to the website below, then follow link to the Apollo.

WHEN:
February 4, 2006 (Saturday). Preliminary show begins at 6:30 pm, main show starts at 7 pm. We strongly suggest getting your tickets as far in advance as possible, as an early sell-out is likely.

HOW ABOUT STUDENTS?
Fulltime students under 23 years of age are eligible for TWO-FER tickets (one ticket admits 2 students who arrive and sit together). See special order blank at website below.

WHAT ELSE?
Would you like to make it possible for someone to attend that cannot afford a ticket? If so, you can purchase and donate tickets to our Helping Others Team who will identify persons in need and distribute all donated tickets (about half going to veterans, and half to others). More info on this project is shown at the website below (and the ticket order form posted at this website).


WHERE TO GET TICKET ORDER FORMS & MORE INFO:
Just go to - www.berkeleyfun.org. YOU MAY ALSO PICK UP BLANK ORDER FORMS 24 HOURS A DAY from an outdoor dispenser at Appalachian Institute, 413 South Raleigh St., Martinsburg, WV 25401.


WHERE TO MAIL OR DROP OFF COMPLETED ORDER FORMS:
All checks must be payable to BCDA. Completed ticket order forms (with checks) may be dropped through the front door mailslot (24 hours a day) at Appalachian Institute, 413 South Raleigh St., Martinsburg, WV 25401, OR mailed to this address.


ANYTHING ELSE?
All income from snack concessions at the theatre plus all income from theatre rent go to the Apollo Theatre. All income from recorded music sold at event goes to the performing artists. Appalachian Institute is producing the event at no cost or fee, as part of an AI program that supports community theatre and performing artists. The event is sponsored by the Berkeley County Democratic Association, a WV Political Action Committee, who is paying all theatre rental, insurance, marketing and production expense. Net proceeds from ticket sales, after expenses, go to BCDA. Price of ticket is not tax deductible.

See you at the Serenade. Please pass it on, and thanks!!

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