Shake, Rattle & Roll Benefit @ The Washington Center for the Performing Arts, Sat. Oct. 19th, 7 p.m.

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    Saturday, October 19th

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    Shake, Rattle, and Rock starring the Olympia Jazz Senators Saturday, October 19, 7pm at the Washington Center in hipster Olympia. Debbi’s Dance hits the stage along with vocalists Talia Hastie, Gayla Duerr, Tommy Dinwiddie, and the talented dental community! All to benefit the Olympia Union Gospel Mission’s No-Fee Dental Clinic!

    Price: $42, $32, $28, $16 (does not include service fee)

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    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19TH @ The WASHINGTON CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS IN OLYMPIA - TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

    Hey, you hot-rodders, let’s agitate the gravel with some Shake, Rattle, and Rock starring the Olympia Jazz Senators and their guests Saturday, October 19, 7pm at the Washington Center in hipster Olympia.

    You’ll have a blast at this year’s show. The toe tapping Debbi’s Dance hits the stage along with vocalists Talia Hastie, Gayla Duerr, Tommy Dinwiddie, and bust a gut as the talented dental community brings on the bash!

    Put some pedal to the metal with your baby and join us for a rockin’ cool evening! And don’t forget, this gig is a benefit for the Olympia Union Gospel Mission’s No-Fee Dental Clinic!

    Later Gator!

    Tickets:  $42, $32, $28, $16 

    Buy tickets now:  https://www.washingtoncenter.org/event/19-10-19-ougm/

    Learn more about Olympia's Union Gospel NO-FEE Dental Clinic - https://www.ougm.org/dental-clinic/

    Your support of this annual benefit show helps the No-Fee Dental Clinic meet the dental needs of individuals in our community that have no access to the urgent care they need. Thank you!

    The Dental Clinic has started a new program called Local Impact Network (LIN). The program is designed to help diabetic patients with no dental insurance or means to pay for care. Through research, we know that poor oral health is a contributor to diabetes. The LIN project is designed to help improve the oral health of the patient resulting in lowering A1-c and glucose levels.

    Terry was one of the first patients participating in the LIN project. As a diabetic, her teeth were degrading and she contacted the No-Fee Dental Clinic for help. She was so thankful to participate in this new program and felt that “someone cared.”

     

     

     

     

    Venue

    Washington Center For The Performing Arts
    512 Washington Se
    Olympia
    98501

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