It’s a CELTIC Benefit Concert!

Sons o' Blarney screen shotAfter a couple of very exciting days of planning and booking, it seems we are going to have ourselves not just any old benefit concert but a CELTIC Benefit Concert. On Saturday, September 27th, the same day we hope to send many Run for the Call members to join in the Inaugural Grand Lake St. Mary’s Marathon, from 6-11pm, we will fill the Meyer Center at St. Susanna Catholic Church in Mason, OH with the sounds of the Green Island country. 

The night will begin with the Sons O’ Blarney getting the crowd going and up on their feet. This band knows how to have fun and is sure to be a real treat for those who haven’t experienced their style here in Cincinnati! 

Screen Shot 2014-08-25 at 3.30.34 PMAfter that, it is our hope to welcome the McGing Academy of Irish Dance to do an Irish dance presentation and get the crowd into a traditional Irish square dance! 

The evening will come to a close to the music of one of Cincinnati’s most popular Irish groups, Easter Rising. 

So, it’s Irish night at the Meyer Center and it all goes to benefit the mission of Run for the Call and our great seminarians! 

Oh, and don’t forget, your $10 admission comes with an entry into the Piggest Raffle Ever at the Flying Pig Marathon and you’ll have the opportunity to Spiritually Adopt one of our Seminarians and join the Run for the Call team that night as well! Don’t miss the excitement!

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About Wayne

Wayne has a wonderful, loving and supportive wife and six beautiful children. He is the Associate Vocation Director for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and loves learning more about the Catholic Faith and challenging himself and others to live life more fully by doing the will of God each day.

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