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BENEFIT FOR OUR CHILDREN – CREER COMUNIDAD Y FAMILIA – Thursday, November 8th, 2018 features song stylists Terry Wolman and Melanie Taylor appearing at the San Juan Capistrano Golf Club/Sports Bar 32120 San Juan Creek Road. Doors open at 6:00 PM.

An exciting evening with two of So. CA best performers. “Songs and Stories”, an intimate evening of music with Melanie Taylor and Terry Wollman benefiting CREER. In addition to Concert Only tickets. VIP tickets are available Includes concert admission, 2 wine or beer tickets, Pasta Bar dinner ticket and artist CD.

Ticketing & Information at or at the door.

CREER Information: Angeles Ceballos (714) 788-8339 or Rosario Rowell (714) 788-7404

 “CREER offers our local children the opportunity to believe in themselves and succeed.”

 Please be part of our special evening.


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CREER – P.O. Box 1347, San Juan Capistrano, California 92693

ABOUT CREER COMMUNIDAD Y FAMILIA (501 (c) (3) non profit grass roots community volunteer organization in San Juan Capistrano. Year round tutoring programs (Afterschool Tutoring and Homework Club) for children include Math, Reading and Comprehension, Writing, Science, Spanish, Drawing, Music and Arts and Crafts.


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