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Project: Feed Our Valley Holiday Concert this Saturday

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NILES, Ohio - 21 WFMJ presents its 7th annual "Project: Feed Our Valley" Holiday Choir Concert this Saturday from 11:00am-6:00pm at Eastwood Mall.  Donations of food and money will be collected to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank throughout the concert.  And the Cafaro Foundation will generously match all donations up to $10,000.

Below is the entertainment lineup for the day:

·         11:00am – Robinwood Lane & Market Street Elementary (Boardman) Children's Chorus

·         12:00 Noon – Youngstown City Schools Vocal & Performing Arts

·         12:30pm – ROCcK Children's Choir

·         1:00pm – Williamson Elementary (Youngstown) Voices of Hope

·         2:00pm – Grace AME Youth Choir

·         3:00pm – Warren G. Harding High School

     3:30pm - Austintown Fitch High School Concert Choir

·         4:00pm – Howland High School

·         5:00pm – Lakeview High School

 

Since 2007, "Project: Feed Our Valley" has collected nearly $365,000 and more than 400,000 pounds of food for Second Harvest Food Bank.  Click here to make a donation online.

 

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