aadap presents showtime 2010: "changing lives and saving families"

If you're in Los Angeles, and want to support a great cause, here's a cool event to check out this weekend.. The Asian American Drug Abuse Program (AADAP) is putting on it's annual benefit concert, which includes performances by Tim Be Told and comedian Paul Varghese. It's happening this Saturday, August 28 at the Aratani Japan America Theatre in Little Tokyo. Here are some more details:
Asian American Drug Abuse Program presents
"SHOWTIME 2010 - Changing Lives and Saving Families"
17th Annual Benefit Concert

Saturday, August 28, 2010
Aratani Japan America Theatre, Little Tokyo
244 S. San Pedro St., Los Angeles, CA 90012

6:00pm: Silent Auction Preview
7:00pm: Program Concert
9:00pm: Dessert Reception & Opportunity Drawing, Artist Meet-and-Greet

Tickets: $40
Purchase at http://www.aadapinc.org/donations/showtime.shtml Or call (323) 293-6284.

AADAP invites you to join the fight against substance abuse by coming out to "Showtime 2010~ Celebrating 38 Years of Changing Lives and Saving Families" - a benefit concert featuring up-and-coming artists Tim Be Told and Paul Varghese, and also presenting performances by AADAP's own youth. Join us for a night of music and laughter, and help raise funds to support AADAP's core programs: youth education and advocacy, prevention, intervention, and treatment for adults and adolescents, and economic development for at-risk youth and veterans. See you all this Saturday! For more information on AADAPs services, please visit www.aadapinc.org.
AADAP provides substance abuse treatment services to APIs and other diverse communities. Proceeds from the concert will go towards supporting AADAP's core programs which include education, prevention, intervention, treatment, advocacy, employment and job development.

For more information about Showtime 2010, and to lear more about the work you'll be supporting by buying a ticket to this concert, go to the AADAP website here. And to buy that ticket, go here

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