Gospel Benefit For Hurricane Katrina
State Senator Malcolm A. Smith announced he will join with clergy and other southern Queens elected officials in presenting a benefit concert to aid those families who were affected by Hurricane Katrina.
The gospel benefit concert, hosted by Assemblywoman Barbara M. Clark and other elected officials, will raise funds for New Yorkers Organized To Assist Hurricane Families (NOAH-F), a relief fund established by the elected officials of southern Queens to assist those who have been devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
“The Queens community can show its support for the victims of Hurricane Katrina by attending this gospel benefit concert we are presenting,” said Senator Smith. “By supporting this community effort, we will be able to positively affect the lives of so many who now find themselves in very unfortunate circumstances.”
The benefit will be held on Sunday, October 30 at 3 p.m. at the Andrew Jackson Campus Magnet High School Auditorium, located at 207-01 116 Avenue in Cambria Heights. A $10 contribution is requested, and checks can be made payable to New Yorkers Organized To Assist Hurricane Families.
For further information, or to purchase tickets, please call the office of Assemblywoman Barbara M. Clark at (718) 479-2333 or Senator Malcolm A. Smith at (718) 528-4290.