Emanuel Synagogue Brotherhood Presents:
An Evening of Award Winning Music
A fund raiser in support of Israeli high school robotics students
April 9, 2011 8:30pm
Please join us for a special musical evening. West Hartford is the home of the top high school
acapella groups in the state. These students will be performing to support their fellow high school students from Israel. Each year Trinity College is host to an international fire fighting robotics competition. Your contributions will help support Israeli team members to compete in this annual event.
You will not want to miss these talented young people perform, they are simply fabulous.
Conard High School's B' Sh#rp
Hall High School's "A Cafella"
Conard High School's VJQ: Vocal Jazz Quintessence
Refreshments will be served directly following the performances.
The Emanuel Synagogue, 160 Mohegan Drive, West Hartford, CT 06116
Please tell all your Facebook friends to join us.
Ticket Prices: $10.00 per person before noon Friday April 1;
$15.00 per person after April 1 or at the door (will be limited)
Friend: $18.00 = 1 admission and your name listed in the program
Silver: $36.00 = 2 admissions and your name(s) listed in the program
Gold: $72.00 = 4 admissions and your name(s) listed in the program
Platinum: $108.00 = 6 admissions and your name(s) listed in the program
Angels: $200+ = 8 admissions and your name(s) listed in the program
For questions, please call Jeff Rudolph: 860-236-1275
Please return information below with your payment by April 1 to avoid price increase.
**Please reserve your seats by sending your checks as soon as possible to:
Emanuel Synagogue Brotherhood; 160 Mohegan Drive; West Hartford, CT 06117
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