Neil Diamond tribute band helps raise funds for Voices for Children

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Photo by Vivian Fung/Fungtography.com

Guests turned on their heart lights brightly for the annual concert to benefit Voices for Children on Sept. 24 at the home of Joan Waitt. Dinner, cocktails, auctions and music from Super Diamond filled the night on behalf of the abused and abandoned children of San Diego.

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1 Comment for “Neil Diamond tribute band helps raise funds for Voices for Children”

  1. WoW, , I could not believe but it has happened, more than once, this was a great step by Neil Diamond Tribute Band.

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