Event of a Member: CLM’s 10th Annual Benefit Concert and Silent Auction
The 10th Annual Concert & Silent Auction to benefit the Center for Life Management Foundation will feature Changes In Latitudes the premier Jimmy Buffett Tribute Show performing on Friday, July 20 at the Tupelo Music Hall. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Center for Life Management Foundation, which supports the mission of the non-profit community mental health agency that serves the greater Derry/Salem/Plaistow region. Tickets are on sale now.
Changes In Latitudes is the country's premier tribute show to singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett, the master of the tropical lifestyle. This nationally acclaimed band travels the country with beach balls flying, dancing conga lines, and leis for all. They will take you to the ultimate beach party that’s good clean fun for the entire family. Comprised of world- class musicians, and travelling with a full tropical stage set- up, Changes In Latitudes recreates the Jimmy Buffett concert experience with amazing authenticity. Opening for the show, and back by popular demand will be, The Last Duo.
Reserve your tickets today online at www.tupelohall.com, by phone at 603.437.5100 or in person at the Tupelo box office Monday-Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The silent auction opens to the public at 5:30 p.m. and the concert begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are $45/40/35/30 with a choice of table, counter and theater seating.
This past year marked the 50th anniversary the Center for Life Management has provided comprehensive behavioral health care to the region. Fundraising events such as this are important in helping CLM to continue to provide essential services, expand their reach, develop new services and fully realize the potential of their mission to promote the mental health and emotional well-being of the community.
Event sponsors and donations to the silent auction are still welcome. CLM gratefully acknowledges the event sponsors to date including: CGI Benefit Solutions, Anthem, Exeter Hospital/Core Physicians, Derry Neurological Associates, Boston Retirement Advisors, Pentucket Bank, People’s United Bank, Parkland Medical Center, USI, Hampstead Hospital, CASO, Betley Chevrolet, Landmark Benefits, Richards Manus Family, Caron Bletzer, Genoa QoL Healthcare, Wisehart Wimette, Hinkley Allen, Edward C. David & Company, RAM Printing and special thanks to Tupelo Music Hall.