Performers sought for Brundage concertWritten by Kristen Criswell | | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board of Community Relations along with various community groups are working to honor Robert Brundage through a “Robert Brundage: Volunteers Acknowledgement Day.”
The day would be an outdoor Woodstock-type event, with free music, poetry and entertainment.
“Robert was the ultimate volunteer. We wanted to honor him and acknowledge all the volunteers in the city,” said Warren Woodberry, chairman of community relations committee for the Board of Community Relations.
The group is seeking performers from across the spectrum, including singers, dancers, bands, rappers and poets, to participate in the event. Interested performers should attend the entertainment and arts committee meeting April 1 at 5:30 p.m. at the Family Activities Club, 6202 Trust Drive. If any interested performers cannot attend they can e-mail email@example.com.
The group is also requesting any interested volunteer organizations that would like to be recognized to attend the meeting as well.
Brundage served in many organizations throughout Toledo. The 66-year-old activist, scientist and environmentalist died at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center on July 7. He had been in critical condition since June 22, when 15-year-old Dailahntae Jemison attacked him.
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