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Nonprofit professionals go head to head in karaoke battle May 4

11 local organizations will take the stage at Wealthy Theater to express their nonprofits’ missions, visions and values...through song.
Underwriting support from:

YNPN.GR and Rapid Growth Media

Rhyme Rumble 2012

Friday, May 4th

6:30pm - 9:30pm

Wealthy Theatre

Lets get ready to RRRRRRRRUMBLE!!! On Friday, May 4th 2012, young nonprofit professionals from 11 local organizations will take the stage at Wealthy Theater to express their nonprofits’ missions, visions and values...through song. Think karaoke face-off meets Weird Al-style rewrites, with all the heart and soul of your favorite nonprofit. This genre-busting musical bonanza will no doubt thrill you and chill you with covers of your favorite 80’s rock ballads, 90’s hip-hop hits and all the Top 40 club jams you can dance to.

This event is free and open to the public, and takes place as part of the Rapid Growth Speaker Series and serves as a crowning finale to the Young NonProfit Professional Network of Greater Grand Rapids Conference: Ignite.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and event starts at 7:00 p.m.

You can expect spine tingling performances by: Hope Network, Kids' Food Basket, Access of West Michigan, the Community Media Center, Heart of West Michigan United Way, East Hills Council of Neighbors, American Red Cross, WMCAT, Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities, Through the Blue and Family Futures.

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