Eileen Edmonds, Gloucester-raised singer and songwriter, will perform a benefit concert from 8-10 p.m. Saturday at the Gloucester Moose Lodge. Proceeds will help Literacy Volunteers of Gloucester as the organization marks 35 years of service in the community, said LVG board member Gloria J. Savage-Early.
Tickets are $10 (plus an additional fee if purchased online) and $12 at the door, a release said. Tickets can be purchased at Juan’s Mexican Café and Cantina, Yolanda’s on Main, Brent & Becky’s Bulbs, Jersey’s Cards & Comics, Rappahannock Concrete, or from a literacy board member or volunteer.
Edmonds is a graduate of Gloucester High School and Virginia Commonwealth University. She also attended Old Dominion University and graduate school in music at VCU.
Edmonds has been a Richmond resident for over 30 years, and taught music there for more than 10 years. She has previously contributed her talent to raise funds for Literacy, Safe Housing...
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