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Local Celebrities Co-Chair McCallum Membership Drive



Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow and Suzanne Somers, two of the desert’s favorite entertainers, will co-chair the 2011-2012 Friends Circle annual membership drive.

 “Barry and Suzanne have always been dear friends and supporters of the McCallum and we are thrilled that they will be co-chairing this important fundraising program,” says Ted Giatas, McCallum Theatre president and CEO. “I know they will bring their on-stage energy and vitality to our annual fund drive.”  

The Friends Circle is part of the ongoing success of the McCallum Theatre. Its mission is to entertain, educate, and enlighten the residents and visitors of the Coachella Valley. The Friends Circle Drive is the annual membership campaign that raises necessary funds for the theater’s operational needs and serve the needs of the community by offering a wide variety of performing arts experiences. Visit www.mccallum-theatre.org for more information.

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