PAULSBORO, N.J., Dec. 7, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Thank You Song," a professional recording by blues artist C C Bronson featuring a chorus of teen voices from the Gloucester County New Jersey Boys & Girls Club is becoming a grassroots phenomenon. The project was coordinated by the Club's board member Esteban Granados, with 100% of the proceeds going to the Club. The heartfelt groove to gratitude serves double-duty. The song is an uplifting message to other underprivileged youths and many Americans in these unsettling times, and a fundraising vehicle to help the Club expand desperately-needed facilities for teens, tweens and grade school youth. With 75% of the area's children at or below the poverty line, the Gloucester County Boys & Girls Club is literally their lifeline. See http://budurl.com/thankyourelease for details.
Boys & Girls Club of Gloucester County Album Release and Fundraiser Party will feature food, live music and entertainment from local bands, church choirs and surprise guest stars all day. Blues artist C C Bronson and the Boys & Girls Club Chorus will perform the "Thank You" song several times, with an extended performance at 3 PM.
An auction of one-of-a-kind decorator pillows fashioned from Radio City Music Hall's original gold metallic silk curtain will take place at 5 PM. Included is a pillow signed by film director Kevin Smith. Bidding starts at $200.
Suggested minimum entrance donation to the event is $10, but all are welcome.
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Noon – 6 PM
Paulsboro Club House
Boys & Girls Club of America, Gloucester County
916 Pennline Road
Paulsboro, New Jersey.
Download the Thank You song featuring C C Bronson and the Boys & Girls Club of Gloucester County New Jersey for $2.99 from CD Baby.
Contribute tax-deductible donations to the Gloucester County Boys & Girls Club's Building Fund via Paypal using iFundrazr. Go to http://budurl.com/thankyousong to donate. And please friend them on Facebook!
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SOURCE The Boys & Girls Club of Gloucester County New Jersey