Concert Raises Funds for Habitat Project
The Tattered Prophets played a concert at the Central Presbyterian Church to help raise money for the Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Community Build Project on Morris Avenue.
In addition to 100 percent of the ticket proceeds going to Habitat, the concert-goers were encouraged to buy supplies for the proect. Items ranged from kitchen sinks to buckets of nails.
Cash wasn't the only being accepted however. Blair Bravo, executive director of Morris Habitat, encouraged everyone to help out by volunteering with the construction project.
"All you need is a smile and a pulse," she said.