Alamance County Cares
An evening of fun for a serious cause

- featuring -

Humorist Jeanne Swanner Robertson

Thursday, September 29
7:00 p.m.
Doors open 6:15 pm.  First come, first seated.
Williams High School Auditorium

     If you've ever heard humorist Jeanne Swanner Robertson speak, you know you're in for a treat.  If you haven't, here's your chance.

     Who is Jeanne Robertson?
     - Recipient of the Cavett Award, the highest award of
       of the National Speakers Association
     - Recipient of The Golden Gavel, the top honor presented
       by Toastmasters International - presented annually to one
       individual worldwide
     - Speakers Hall of Fame inductee
     - Past President of the National Speakers Association
     - A funny, funny woman
     - Alamance County resident - grew up in Graham, NC
     - Miss North Carolina yearrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrs ago
 
Come enjoy an evening of laughter and help the victims of Hurricane Katrina at the same time.  Tickets are $25 with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the American Red Cross to aid the victims of Katrina. 
  

     Special thanks to Alamance-Burlington Schools for donating the use of the Williams High School Auditorium.
     This program will be an interpreted performance.

Ticket cost:  $25 contribution to American Red Cross Hurricane Relief per ticket.

Tickets are available at: 

 The Times-News office - 707 S. Main Street, Burlington - or
  American Red Cross Piedmont Chapter - 511 W.  Davis St., Burlington

Tickets may be purchased at the door.
No cash or credit cards accepted. 
Please make checks out to American Red Cross Hurricane Relief

Thank you.