Rockin’ and rollin’ back to the 80s: concerts and cocktails for a good cause

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Experience a night to remember on campus with cocktails, live music and auctions, all for the philanthropic cause of supporting those with visual impairments.

“HEROES: A Benefit Concert for the Blind” will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. May 6 in the Fine Arts Building and all Heritage families are invited. The concert aims to raise money for the Lighthouse of Broward — a nonprofit organization centered around enhancing the lives of the blind and visually impaired.

Attendees can also have fun while helping support the community. The concert will feature live music by Journey and Bon Jovi tribute bands and the school orchestra. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served to guests as they bid on items during live and silent auctions. All proceeds from the auctions will go towards the Lighthouse of Broward.

Guests are encouraged to dress in 80’s rock and roll attire as they come to celebrate and donate.

Purchase tickets and come with your families for a night of 80s fun. Check back after the event to find updates and pictures from the concert.

Shreya is a senior here at American Heritage. Apart from Newspaper, she participates in clubs and extracurriculars such as Key Club, Model UN, YIS, HOSA, PBS and AASA. She loves writing, listening to music, watching TV shows and editing videos. She has been dancing for almost all her life and has a love for business and computer science. She plans on channeling these interests into her future career and exploring them further throughout high school. When she am not reading or rewatching Netflix shows, she is riding her bike or swimming in the pool.