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Bio: Singer/Songwriter & founder of CavernMore Info
Steve Cooper is a Warwick metalsmith who ships beautiful sculptures of metal flowers and jewelry to galleries and garden centers across the US. Last month, Steve and his wife Karen woke up with their home engulfed in flames. They made it out of the house with only the pajamas they wore. Karen, with some minor burns and a respiratory problem, ended up in St.Anthony’s Hospital but was released 7 days later. The second day out of the hospital Karen had a heart attack while driving, sustaining serious injuries to her spine and rib cage. She passed away 5 days later, May 25th. Steve currently has nothing and is too proud to ask for help. That's where friends and community come in. Help gives Hope. Please join us at this fundraiser and make a difference. There'll be a silent auction and delicious food. But, mostly there will be the opportunity for YOU to make a difference. Please come.
Dear Friends: We are honored to be a party of this huge regional United Tea Party event next month. Whether you are a Tea Party member or not, I urge you to attend. If you have been on "the fence" on many of the issues facing us as a nation, I urge you to attend. If you think we are headed in the wrong direction as a country, I urge you to attend & spread the word! http://www.teapartiesunited.com/ Please know that me and the band are going to play our hearts out for you whether you are there or not...so you might as well be there!! ;-) PS- He hasn't confirmed yet, but God has been invited too!!
Chip Murray & Friends Play for History! Dear Friends: We are excited to share the news of a special event we have been asked to perform at. When I met Gail Natale, the event organizer, I knew this was something we wanted to be a part of. Please find the event flier attached, and here's a brief summary of how it all came about: New Milford Day was a day the Town of Warwick bestowed on us shortly after we started as a formal organization. We, the people of this hamlet, are dedicated to learning about those who were the pioneers here, and who laid the paths for us to follow today. We have seen many of our community families pass away or move on without us realizing until too late that we are now without an important part of our history. In 1988 when I saw this happening I asked several people if they would like to start an organization and was surprised at the number that responded positively. Our job today is to learn as much as we can from our "family" members, and document memories, stories, happenings, etc. so that those who follow in our footsteps can have a record of the life here as it was. We need to also educate the new additions to our community, especially since they are usually younger and the ones who will be here when the rest of us are gone. The day itself was just a day in our daily lives. We had chosen a time when we could meet and share with others around us the history and beauty of this hamlet. We are not so different from those earlier pioneers in that life is a challenge and a struggle for all. What matters is how well we learn from the daily trials and move forward to make our lives better.
Music for Humanity
Fresh veggies & new music from "Wide Awake"!