The Shalom Project announces their 7th annual Unbroken Circle benefit concert
Friday & Saturday Feb. 2-3, 7pm
Byrum Welcome Center at Wake Forest University
People of all ages are welcome to enjoy the upcoming benefit concert given by Wake Forest University’s multi-generational bluegrass string band, The Unbroken Circle. Concert attendance has been growing tremendously over the past five years, which prompted the band to offer two concerts last year and will be doing so again this year! The events will start at 7pm in the auditorium of the Byrum Welcome Center on Wake Forest’s campus. Donations offered during the concert will support the programs and initiatives of The Shalom Project. Martha Allman, band leader and Wake Forest University’s Director of Admissions shares “The benefit for The Shalom Project is an event we look forward to the entire year. We love sharing our music with such enthusiastic crowds and for such a great cause. The energy around the concert is always incredible!”
“This has been a wonderful event on many levels for many years now,” says Clint Corum, Board President of The Shalom Project. “The music, the fellowship, the generosity; we are so grateful to all the folks who play their hearts out and open their purses for The Shalom Project.” The Shalom Project continues its work of challenging the cycle of poverty in Winston-Salem through its various programs that assist with basic needs, support for those working their way out of poverty, and its work to revitalize Peter’s Creek Parkway through lobbying for change and improvements along this busy thoroughfare and main artery of our city.
This event is open to the public, friends of The Shalom Project and all who want to enjoy good music and make a difference in Winston-Salem.
For more information contact The Shalom Project at the phone, email or website above.