National Orange Duffle Bag Foundation’s Kevin Montgomery partners with MY House on awareness and help for our homeless Mat Su Youth.
Date: August 24, 2012
Place: Mat-Su Cinema Theatre next to Evangelo’s
Address: 2430 W Parks Highway
Time: 6:00 PM
Tickets: $20 suggested donation/$35 admission includes a signed copy of "Some Comfort"
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Alaska will be the first state where this important campaign begins its tour in Wasilla. We're very excited to be a part of such an important ground-breaking moment that will help to reach out and help our homeless youth in America while also bringing about awareness. We're looking forward to meeting Kevin Montgomery and enjoy his performance. TV crews will be filming the event for the tour that will be watched throughout the United States and Europe as well.
Kevin Montgomery who is Partnering with the Orange Duffel Bag Foundation goals are to Help Teens Aging Out of Foster Care and Homeless Youth during his first tour stop in Wasilla, Alaska this August 24, 2012. MY House thanks Kevin, the Orange Duffel Bag Foundation and our local sponsors and other community support from Country Legends Radio 100.9, Three Bears and concessions provided by House of Bread, and the Great Alaska Chip Company.
Kevin’s CD, as well as the book ‘My Orange Duffle Bag’ will be available for purchase at the event, with portions of the proceeds to benefit homeless youth.
MY House President, Michelle Overstreet sits down and interviews about her work with local Mat-Su homeless teens. You can view this video interview at: http://wn.com/2010_50_States_in_50_Days_tour-Wasilla,_Alaska-Orange_Duff...