The Rotary Club of Kirkland Downtown and the Chris Elliott Fund Partner for An A Cappella Concert to End Brain Cancer on October 11th

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An A Cappella Concert is a University of Washington and University of Oregon sing-off style event that will feature a cappella talent from both schools. Proceeds benefit CEF and RCKD.

The Rotary Club of Kirkland Downtown (RCKD), in partnership with the Chris Elliott Fund (CEF), is hosting a new event: An A Cappella Concert. The event is October 11th, 2013 at 7:30pm at the Lake Washington Performing Arts Center at Lake Washington High School. Chris Elliott Fund Board member and former Seattle Seahawk player Nesby Glasgow will be the emcee for the evening.

Four talented a cappella groups from the University of Washington and University of Oregon will be performing at the event including: Furmata and SeaNote of the University of Washington as well as Divisi and On the Rocks of the University of Oregon.

Tickets can be purchased online before the event or in person at the door. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students with online preregistration and $35 for adults, and $25 for students at the door. Purchase tickets through the CEF website.

The event will also recognize and honor CEF board member and RCKD Rotarian David Heyting, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor in November of 2011.

About The Chris Elliott Fund:
The Chris Elliott Fund (CEF) is a brain cancer and brain tumor patient advocacy organization and national 501(c)(3) non-profit with corporate offices in Seattle, Washington. Established in 2002, Chris Elliott Fund’s mission is to end brain cancer by expanding patient access to specialists, advanced treatments and comprehensive support programs. The organization and its advocates directly serves 400+ patients and caregivers every month free of charge. CEF is a member of the Society for Neurooncologists, American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, American Cancer Association for Cancer Research, Washington Biosciences Association, among others. If we can help, please contact us at WeCare(at)EndBrainCancer(dot)com.

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