Thursday, March 31, 2011

"When Swing Was King" Could Use a Little Help

Hey Nebraskans! Vital Signs Ministries and our exciting new outreach to the Heartland's senior citizens could sure use your help...and in one of several ways.

1) We have created letters to promote "When Swing Was King" to area retirement centers and nursing homes where we haven't yet appeared. The program is a terrific one that has won rave reviews everywhere we've gone. Plus we offer it completely free to the facility. We have room in our schedule for just a few more and so we'd like your help to identify potential sites. Do you have a loved one in a facility where you'd like "When Swing Was King" to visit? How about one in your neighborhood? Let us know.

2) Are you a part of a church or civic group that could invite us to present a mini-version of "When Swing Was King" to help make people aware and perhaps get them involved? Please let us know.

3) Do you know of a business owner or officer to whom we could send a letter describing "When Swing Was King" -- a letter that describes the program, includes testimonials from residents and staff, and asks for a little help to keep the program going in as many places as possible? Please let us know.

With your help, we can serve more seniors in our area with "When Swing Was King," an absolutely delightful combination of original big band music, photos from the era, sprightly commentary and personal conversations. And the effort could also help the overall financial health of Vital Signs Ministries too. (And we need a little help!)

Please give us a hand. Contact us through the Vital Signs Ministries web site right here.