Boogie Down for AUNE Scholarships

The  Office of Development and Alumni Relations at Antioch New England University (AUNE) presents: Bands for Scholarships, at 5:30 p.m., Friday, April 19, Heberton Hall, next to Keene Public Library. $15 admission to benefit AUNE scholarships.

Two rollicking acts will perform:

Rise! Bluegrass Fusion. New England mountain music meets the Americana/folk scene in this homegrown band’s eclectic style.

•Pat’s Famous Chili. Their electric Americana mix incorporates folk, country, blues, rhythm and blues, rock and roll, and bluegrass. Isn’t that enough?

The public is warmly invited to this event. You can direct your $15 entrance donation to one of three scholarship funds that directly support AUNE graduate students:

• Life Begins at 40 Scholarship for Women supports women returning to graduate school

•Jonathan Daniels Scholarship supports a diverse student population

•Cap & Gown Book Scholarship supports single parents by paying for books

For more information, contact Sean Wiley, [email protected] or call 603-283-2431.


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