What is CCAB? And why are they having a concert?

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The Copper Community Action Board (CCAB) for the Hayden/Winkelman, Kearny and Dudleyville communities are working toward the future prosperity and pride of our hometowns. The CCAB has worked on several projects in the last few years, including cleaning along highways and streets, painting a house for an elderly woman, volunteering for many town events and planning more.

On Nov. 16, the CCAB is holding a benefit concert at the Hayden High School Auditorium, beginning at 6 p.m. and running until 9 p.m. or possibly later. The concert will help to raise funds to establish the non-profit status of the Copper Community Action Board and for future projects. There will be over 11 performers and two group acts, intermission breaks and concessions for sale.

On the roster is: MC Luciano “Lucky” Romero; two groups: Peter “Pini” Santa Maria, David Romero, performing in their group, Fathers and Sons and Porter’s Ghost; single performers: Julianna Borquez, Anissa Newman, Ariella Borquez, Martina Borquez, Danny Fessenden and guests, Johnny Silva, Johnny Angel, Myra Fontes-Warren, Maria Avenetti, and more surprise guests, maybe even Santa.

Tickets will be on sale, at the door, for $5; but, may also be purchased online at Ticket River at www.ticketriver.com/event8389-ccab-presents-community-concert. The CCAB has released 100 limited reserved seating for the first three rows/center seats for online purchases. There is a fee of 80 cents per ticket purchase. After Oct. 24, tickets will also be available for purchase at the Town of Winkelman.

For more information, to volunteer, or to be involved in sponsoring this event, contact the CCAB by emailing copper communityactionboard@yahoo.com, or call Martina at 520-705-0335 or Johnny at 520-254-3642. You may also visit online at www.facebook.com/pages/Copper-Community-Action-Board/190024431031885.

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