|The 7th annual Jeff Scheetz band Christmas Concert for the Animals is Dec 19, 7pm at the Mission Theater at 5909 Johnson Drive, Mission, KS 66202
This is an all ages show, where ALL the money raised goes directly to local animal shelters. Over the years we have raised thousands of dollars for shelters and animal organizations that take care of our four legged friends that are not fortunate enough to have found their forever homes yet. The show consists of Rockin’ versions of your Christmas favs from Jeff’s “Christmas…at last” CD, along with some JSB tunes, and lots of special guests! Special guests this year include Dennis Laffoon and Janet Jameson from “Shooting Star”, and Brett Johnson from “Starlit Platoon”, as well as other “special” friends dropping by. There will also be a raffle there with some amazing prizes that have been donated for the event, all being organized by one of our sponsors, Paw Prints the Magazine!
The success of this show relies on word of mouth and help from volunteers to spread the word. So please go to the webpage with all of the info on it regarding the show, and share that page with as many friends as you can gather! This is the only Christmas show we will be doing this year, so lets make it a successful event for homelss pets! Spread the word to not only your music loving buddies, but also to any animal lovers you know. –
|How can I help?|
|Come to the show! If you are not in the area and can’t make the show – there are still ways you can contribute. Click the “Go to webpage” link below and go to the page on our website – there you can make donations via paypal that will go to make Christmas a little better for some animals in need. You can also share the Facebook event page with everyone on your friends list – go to the events page by clicking here Thank you to everyone who has made these shows so successful in the past! So come on out if you can, and lets make this one the best ever!
>> Go to the webpage
|See Video from the last Christmas Concert!|
|You can download your own posters at the website!|
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