Join the Southlake4Japan relief effort by attending a community-wide concert at Southlake Town Square on Saturday, May 7. The concert begins at 6 p.m. in the pavilion area at Town Square and will benefit the students and citizens of Southlake’s Sister City, Tome, Japan.
A minimum donation of $5 will get you a Southlake4Japan wristband. This wristband can be worn as your entry fee into the concert, which is sponsored by Southlake S.W.A.T. (Southlake Working As a Team).
The City of Southlake and the Carroll Independent School District both announced recently that they would be joining the Southlake4Japan relief effort. Each has a representative serving on the planning committee.
When students at Carroll Senior High School hard about the project, they asked to host a benefit concert. A similar concert was held following the earthquake in Haiti. Organizers of the Southlake4Japan effort quickly provided the students with posters, handouts for student folders and publicity support.
Bracelets will be sold by student organizations during the lunch periods at Carroll High School and Carroll Senior High School next week. A limited number of wristbands are also available for sale in each school office. The public is asked to donate a minimum of $5 for the bracelet, which can be worn as entry into the May 7 concert at Town Square.
The evening benefit concert features Southlake local and CISD rock bands such as Event Horizon, Vibe Zoo, Quoth the Ravin and Don Cabo.
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