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Benefit concert for OLMM Church 1/23/08

FOR FIRE-DEVASTATED WYANDANCH PARISH 1/23/08
Bob Morris Irish Band performances between 7 and 10 PM on January 23rd at Nag’s Head Ale House in Huntington village (396 New York Avenue, near W. Carver St.) will help Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal parish in Wyandanch rebuild its recently fire-devastated food pantry, outreach center, and rectory. Voluntary donations will be gratefully received.
Fr. Bill Brisotti, pastor of the church, is a veteran lead banjo player in the Irish traditional music group, which has held eight annual benefit concerts at the Wyandanch site. Kevin Barry, a popular Huntington musician, singer and raconteur, will also perform.
The Bob Morris Irish Band is named for a deceased Syosset telecommunications executive who spearheaded area interest in Irish traditional music and dance. Current band members hail from Greenlawn, Huntington, Lake Grove, Lake Ronkonkoma and Shirley in Suffolk County, and Bethpage, Malverne, Plainview, Rockville Centre, and Syosset in Nassau County. Besides playing at churches, schools, retirement facilities and private parties, they appear at the Nag’s Head Ale House in Huntington on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Their repertoire includes jigs, marches, reels, hornpipes, waltzes and a variety of sing-a-long selections.

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