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Fri March 22, 2013
The Unbroken Circle Performs Benefit at St. Anne's Episcopal Church
The Unbroken Circle is Wake Forest University’s multi-generational string band.
It’s a community of musicians who gather together regularly to share in the fellowship of music-making, song-sharing, story-telling, and poetry reading. They also come together for worthy causes, and tonight, Friday, March 22 at 7:00 pm they’ll offer a free concert at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Winston-Salem, where donations will be collected for Botswana’s Hospice of the Holy Cross. It’ll be an intimate evening of live, acoustic Old Time music and blue grass with poetry readings by Ed Wilson, and a report on Botswana by Sharita Womack. Wake Forest University Dean of Admissions Martha Allman is a member of The Unbroken Circle. She’s a native of Mitchell County, North Carolina in the Appalachian Mountains, and she shares with David Ford the music and sense of community this area provides.