Just a quick note to invite you to a Visible Music College event in Texas on August 10th.

We will be in Dallas sharing the vision and scope of the coolest Christian music college anywhere and how it can benefit not only musicians in Texas, but also the churches, bands, and economy as we talk about the impact Visible Music College has had in Memphis, TN and UK/Germany, Chicago, Minneapolis, and other cities.

Come discover the vision and ministry of Visible Music College
and join our Dallas friends for hors d’oeuvres
and music from our students
Friday, August 10, 2012
6:30p
5044 Castle Creek Lane
Plano, TX
………………………………
Paul Jankovsky
Bobby Boronow
Tom Fratantuono
www.visible.edu

rsvp@visible.edu or 901.381.3939 by August 8th

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