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Posted: Saturday, 09 November 2013 1:40AM

SAFE Raises $2,000 With Singing Their Songs Concert



It was a moving night at Austin Peay State University as the over 300 attendees at the Singing Their Songs Benefit concert cried, cheered and sang along to the nights festivities. Soldiers and Families Embrace, or SAFE, Executive Director, Jodi McCullah says the event was about healing.


   
She says the concert and love offering brought in life saving funds.


   
SAFE provides confidential services to those, with a military connection, who need counseling. The night was a partnership with The Beat of Life Foundation, which organized the songwriters, who worked with each soldier or spouse. The songs written during a retreat were performed on stage Friday night.

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