Juni Fisher Concerts to benefit Sparrow Clubs

5/20/2012 3:00:00 PM - 3:00 social hour, 4:00 concert
Contact: Nancy Wilson - 509-968-9636

Location: Swauk Teanaway Grange, 1361 Ballard Hill Road, Cle Elum, WA

Sparrow Clubs USA is proud to announce two upcoming benefit events for children in medical need in the Kittitas Valley. Juni Fisher, Western Music Association entertainer of the year and winner of the Wrangler Award for songwriting, is returning to Ellensburg and Cle Elum for two concerts on the weekend of May 19-20, 2012. Joining Juni will be the Chance Brothers, a local cowboy Americana group featuring Bruce Coe and Rob Witte, and Matthew McCravey, two-time junior old-time fiddle champion from the state of Oregon.


Saturday evening, May 19, Dinner & Concert at the Ellensburg Depot
5:30 social hour, 6:30 dinner & concert, tickets $40
Catered by Ellensburg Pasta Company
Tickets available now at Kelleher Motor Company
or call 509-968-9636 for reservations
Sponsored by Friends of the Northern Pacific Railroad Depot

Sunday afternoon, May 20, at the Swauk Teanaway Grange
1361 Ballard Hill Road, Cle Elum
3:00 social hour, 4:00 concert
Tickets $15.00 at the door
or call 509-968-9636 for reservations

All proceeds from these events will support the current Sparrow Clubs in Ellensburg, as well as future projects in Kittitas and Cle Elum. Students in these schools perform community service in order to support children who have critical medical needs.


* * * *Ryann is seven years old, cannot walk or speak, and needs specialized equipment such as a wheelchair lift for her mother’s van. She attends special education classes and therapy in Ellensburg. She has been “adopted” as the Sparrow at Lincoln Elementary School.

* * * *Maddie is a second grade student at Valley View who is recovering from treatment for bone cancer in her leg. She is cancer-free now after spending most of this school year at Children’s Hospital in Seattle and Ronald McDonald House. Her friends at Valley View look forward to her return to school this spring.

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