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News Release
March 9, 2007
Media Contact:  Tina Clark, APR
Director of Development & Community Relations
207-784-4110 x 158
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To purchase tickets call the L/A Arts Box Office at 782-7228.
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Saturday May 19th is the Second Annual Inspired Voices Concert and Consumer Art Exhibit

Some of Maine's best local talent perform on stage

Some of Maine's best local talent share the stage again on May 19 for the second Annual Inspired Voices Concert to benefit Tri-County Mental Health Services. The event features songs, stories, art and poetry of hope and inspiration.

AUBURN- Mark your calendar for Saturday, May 19th and the second annual Inspired Voices Concert and Consumer Art Exhibit. This special evening is hosted by Tri-County Mental Health Services at the beautiful Franco-American Heritage Center in Lewiston. It features music by some of Maine's top notch local performers, interwoven with art, poetry, and stories of hope and inspiration by individuals on a journey toward recovery. A pre-concert reception accompanies the exhibit of consumer art exhibit.

Performing artists include Jody Bagley, Adam Blais, Kerry Dyer, Tony Farides, Kelsey Franklin, Mackenzi Masselli, Jessica Morrison, Tonya Perry, Nicholas Place, Joanne Rawlings-Sekunda, and Catherine Ryder, who is also the Producer.

Some of Maine's best local talent perform on stage

Charlie Ames, who inspired the audience with his original song "One Day at a Time" at last year's Inspired Voices Concert, will perform again at this year's show on May 19 at Lewiston's Franco-American Heritage Center.

Sponsorships are available, and donations of raffle items are welcomed. Please contact Tina Clark at 784-4110 x 158 for information about getting involved. Proceeds from the event will support mental health services and supports for children, adults, and elders.

Tri-County Mental Health Services is one of Maine's most respected and progressive agencies dealing with the psychological and social well-being of children, adults, and elders. TCMHS serves over 10,000 individuals each year in Androscoggin, Northern Cumberland, Franklin and Oxford counties with innovative programs and services addressing mental health, substance abuse, mental retardation/developmental disabilities, autism, and more. The agency is a state, regional and national leader in trauma-informed and recovery-based service delivery, and strives to offer hope to individuals, families, and communities.