June 1st Area 23 2-5 (Presented below in order of audition) Canterbroke-Gary Stewart & Amanda Osmer My family business is Grappone Automotive, and we’ve supported the Coalition for several years now. Part of our mission as a company is to build lifelong relationships with our community, and we commit 7.5% of our net profit annually to charity. I’m excited to support the Coalition in such a fun and creative way. My singing buddy Gary Stewart and I will be playing an old blues tune called Deep River Blues. This is one of our favorites and we used to play it at the Sandwich Depot, the restaurant Gary and his wife Nancy used to own. Ava Dulac I am very excited to perform for the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness because it is such a great way to raise money to help people in our community. I will be singing Over the Rainbow. Carter LaLiberte “I’m very excited to be in the Talent Show for the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness. A couple of weeks ago my mom and I took a tour of their place in Concord and learned about how men and women sleep in the Emergency Winter Shelter and shower or use computers in the Resource Center. I’ve been pretty lucky that my parents can take care of me, so it was sad to hear that some families really have a hard time. I hope the talent show helps. I will be performing the song “A Million Dreams” from The Greatest Showman and I think it fits because anyone, even the homeless, can have a Kaitlyn Dumont Sam Dumont I am excited to participate in this talent show because homelessness is a huge problem that so many people overlook. Homelessness doesn’t just affect adults, it affects children as well. No one deserves to live that way, for this show, I will be performing Lenard Cohen’s Hallelujah on my acoustic guitar. Jam TomorrowMichael Hauptley-Pierce and Mark Vadnais Sarah and Ben The Wanna Bees June 2nd Lithermans 2-4 (Presented below in order of audition) Tronic Uke Tronic Uke enjoys thrilling people of all ages with his magical ukulele sorcery, and he’s especially excited about this event because he used to be homeless, which is so much worse than people think it is.” Sarah Cooley & Julieann Hartley Performing an original song written by Sarah Cooley(Photo by Elizabeth Frantz) Angela Stewart Nate Gozzolino Looking forward to getting Lost in the Arts for a great cause! As an artist who has experienced being homeless myself this event means a lot to me. Becca Mara I’m so so excited to be a part of this talent show! It is for such a great cause. I hope that by sharing my music it will inspire others, and help to bring communities together in support of it.I will be performing an original song that I wrote called “Standing Tall”. The below Acts are already in the Oct 5th Talent Show Keith McCormick Performing with a Cyr The Concord Community Players Sweet Charity Scene Roman and Jennifer Tango Dianne Nault Bashirah Belly Dancing Haeleigh Hyatt Aim High Canines Brenda Perkins- Poetry I’m excited to help with the Coalitions event! As a Realtor for 24 years homelessness and affordable housing have always been in the forefront of my mind and volunteer activities. Helping others is a gift in itself and this is a community that cares. I’m honored.