- Thursday September 19, 2013
- 11:30am - 2:00pm
- Laurel Oak Country Club, 2700 Gary Player Blvd, Sarasota, FL
- Corally McCann
- Group Hosting:
- Welcome Club of Sarasota/Manatee
- Group Benefiting:
- Welcome Club is a non-profit organization
- Corally McCann
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- Ticket Price:
- $24 includes luncheon and speaker Bill Schustik-American historian and folklore singer
Welcome Club of Sarasota/Manatee presents musician, singer and storyteller Bill Schustik at their September 19th luncheon at Laurel Oak Country Club. Prospective members are welcome to attend. Reservations-call 388-0924 or welcomeclubsarasota.com. Audiences all across America have thrilled to Bill Schustik’s inspirational tales and music about America’s history. He has carried America’s message to millions of listeners world wide on Voice of America Radio and on the Armed Forces Radio Network and has performed at many ceremonies which were attended by U.S. Presidents and other dignitaries. Mr. Schustik served as Artist in Residence and Visiting Professor at Dartmouth College, Bates College and the University of Delaware. He has written, narrated, and produced award winning films, ballets, television and theatre projects, including "The Battle of Ridgeway" with retired Senator Marlow Cook at the FSU Asolo Theatre for the Performing Arts in Sarasota.
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