Community Unitarian Church in White Plains recently hosted a concert for children to benefit the March of Dimes healthy baby program and the Lustgarten Foundation’s pancreatic cancer research effort.
The featured performer, “Uncle Gerry” Dignan, and his wife, Gerry, came from Chicago for a series of concerts in the metropolitan area. Dignan performed multicultural songs from his award-winning cd.
From left: “Uncle Gerry” Dignan and Jean Young perform at benefit concert.
The concert was organized by Jean Young, president of Music Along the Sound, which provides “Music Together” classes for Long Island Sound communities. Young released her new “Adirondack Adventure” cd at the concert, which also celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Princeteon, NJ-based Music Together program.