Christmas Concert Benefits Habitat for Humanity

Volunteers representing the music and dance departments of Mercyhurst College will combine their talents in a special Christmas Concert Sunday, Dec. 8, to benefit the campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity.

The concert, at 3 p.m. in Christ the King Chapel on the Mercyhurst campus, is free and open to the public. Donations for Habitat for Humanity projects will be accepted at the door. 

Mercyhurst vocalist Amy Bortz, a senior who is coordinating the volunteer effort in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity, said the concert will include classical offerings as well as traditional Christmas fare and will feature vocal performances by both students and faculty. Musical and dance accompaniment will highlight the afternoon performance. 

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