Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Free Release Tuesday: Join The Charles E. Kubly Foundation for its 7th annual ‘Beyond the Blues’ event September 18

Help better the lives of those affected by depression. From 6 p.m. until 11 p.m. Saturday, September 18 The Charles E. Kubly Foundation hosts its 7th annual ‘Beyond the Blues’ event at Discovery World Terrace at Pier Wisconsin (500 N. Harbor Dr., Milwaukee; 414-765-9966). Tickets are $75 and can be purchased by pressing here.

Enjoy live music from R&B/smooth jazz/contemporary band Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz. The food is supplied by Bartolotta Catering. Dress “blue jean casual” and enjoy a night out in support of The Charles E. Kubly Foundation.

For more information, visit www.beyondtheblues.org or call (414) 962-0918. Become a fan of The Charles E. Kubly Foundation/Beyond the Blues on Facebook.

About The Charles E. Kubly Foundation
The Charles E. Kubly Foundation is a public charity committed to improving the lives of those affected by depression. Through the generous support of donors, it funds quality mental health projects that aim to reduce suicide and the stigma associated with depression and provide education and resource information.

For more information, visit www.charlesekublyfoundation.org or call (414) 962-0918. To make a donation, press here.

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