Attend great event to support those with MS
I would like to encourage your readers to start their season of giving by attending On Stage Live at the Wheeler Opera House on Saturday at 7 p.m.
This event will provide important funding to help local individuals that are living with multiple sclerosis. This event is more than just a concert. There will be world-class music lead by Kenny “The Professor” Watson, a multi-instrumentalist, plus ventriloquism by Teddy Davis, mentalism by Eric Mead and live action painting by Colorado artist Majid Kahhak. These artists are donating their time to help raise money for this important cause.
MS is an unpredictable disease. Those of us living with it (me for 10 years now) never really know what to expect. The research on the horizon is very promising yet medications and cures take a lot of money, not to mention the expenses we face in day-to-day living. The National MS Society Colorado-Wyoming Chapter helps people on the Western Slope by assessing their homes for accessibility, support groups, yoga classes, wellness seminars and so much more. Please encourage your readers to start the season of giving by purchasing a ticket to this extravaganza. They are only $50 for adults and $35 for students or a VIP ticket for $125, which includes an artist meet-and-greet at the ES Lawrence Gallery in Aspen after the show. You can still get them at the Wheeler Box office or at aspenshowtix.com.
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