LEWISTON – Music, poetry, dance, artwork and individual stories of hope and recovery will fill the Franco-American Heritage Center Saturday, June 6, when Tri-County Mental Health Services hosts the fourth annual Inspired Voices Benefit concert and art exhibit.
The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a catered reception and exhibit featuring works by children and adults whose lives have been touched by the agency. At 7 p.m., the performance hall will come alive with music, dance, poetry and stories of clients intertwined with music by an ensemble of local and regional artists, volunteers and agency employees.
Tri-County Program Director Catherine Ryder will direct the show for the fourth year, and L/A Arts Executive Director Andrew Harris will join TCMHS Executive Director Chris Copeland on stage as emcees.
Tickets are $20 in advance, $10 for students and seniors. They are available through L/A ARTS at www.laarts.org or by calling 782-7228. Proceeds from the event will help support community mental-health services for children, adults, and elders. For more information, concert highlights or to give online, visit www.tcmhs.org.
Tri-County Mental Health Services deals with the psychological and social well-being of children, adults and elders. It serves almost 10,000 individuals each year in Androscoggin, northern Cumberland, Franklin and Oxford counties with programs and services addressing mental health, substance abuse, mental retardation/developmental disabilities and autism. For more information, visit www.tcmhs.org.

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