NMU STUDENTS HELP WITH 'ONE WORLD BEAT' CONCERT

            MARQUETTE – Eight students from Northern Michigan University helped organize the “One World Beat” concert March 24 in Marquette. About 125 people attended the event, raising more than $900 for “Give a Child a Chance,” a program that provides help for children afflicted with AIDS.

Of the 60 locations across the globe where "One World Beat" concerts were held, Marquette's was the only one sponsored by a university.

            The concert included performances by local talents Flat Broke Blues Band and the duo Nick and Chris.

            NMU students involved in organizing the event were:

            Michigan

            Baraga: Diana Shannon, senior media production-new technology major; Bloomfield Village: Jie Song, senior accounting major; Houghton: Airen Olszewski, senior media production-new technology major; Marquette: Melanee Ferrier, senior media production-new technology major; Doug Kraft, junior media production-new technology major; Chris Vadnal, senior environmental conservation major; Nick Young, senior media production-new technology major; Ypsilanti: Adam Czarnecki, senior media production-new technology major.



Prepared By
Becky Kratz
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