Monday, April 6, 2009

Media Night Coffee House

Local media personnel will jam for Feet First benefit

GLENS FALLS - Christ Church United Methodist will host the second Media Night Coffee House at 6 p.m. April 18 in the fellowship hall of the church at the corner of Bay and Washington streets in downtown Glens Falls.
Wordsmiths and video masterminds who devote their leisure time to music, poetry or other pursuits will gather to raise money for Feet First, a local charity that provides shoes for needy children in the greater Glens Falls area.
A tentative list of participants includes Maury Thompson, staff writer for The Post-Star; Ray Agnew, vice president Glens Falls Hospital; Trampoline Design house band; Glen Carlsen and Frieda Toth, freelance writers; Mik Bondy and friends from Behan Communications; Jessie Jackson, co-owner of WNCE TV8; and The Barrelhouse Brothers, featuring John Coleman, writer for Post-Star niche publications.
Admission is free. Donations will benefit Feet First.
Free trade coffee, tea and baked goods will be on sale to benefit Feet First.

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