Hospice fundraiser features classical guitarist

Langley Hospice Society supporter Roy Clements and his team from Clemo's Crusade for Hospice have teamed

Editor:

Langley Hospice Society supporter Roy Clements and his team from Clemo’s Crusade for Hospice have teamed up with talented classical guitarist, Matthew Silverman to host a concert on March 5 in support of the Langley Hospice Society.

This is Matthew’s second annual concert in support of the Hospice Society; last year’s concert was enjoyed by all who attended. For more information about Matthew and to hear a sample of his repertoire, we encourage you to visit the following link: http://silverstringguitar.virb.com/listen

The concert will be held at the St. George’s Anglican Church Hall, located at 9160 Church Street in Fort Langley. Tickets are $30 each and can be purchased through the Langley Hospice Society, in person at Supportive Programs Centre, 20660 – 48th Avenue, Langley; by phone at 604-530-1115; or by contacting Roy Clements of Clemo’s Crusade for Hospice at 604-455-0095.

Please note that your ticket purchase includes light food and non-alcoholic beverages, and there will be wine and beer available for purchase onsite. Please share with your friends.

Shannon Todd Booth, Communications and Funds Development Manager, Langley Hospice

 

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