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The Goodman Community Center has announced the storytellers who will take the stage at the April 27 event, Be the Good: Celebrating Kindness in Our Community. The lineup includes three community members who attended a storytelling workshop hosted by the Goodman Center, as well as Goodman CEO Letesha Nelson. The community is invited to attend the event.
Madison365 is proud to be the media partner of the event.
“I’m so excited to share my own Be the Good story, but even more so, I’m excited to hear stories from members of our community,” Nelson said. “The whole evening will be energizing and heartwarming. I hope everyone can attend.”
In addition to Nelson, storytellers for the evening include Imru Currie, Sarah Breland, Martha Pings and Goodman Center Chief Development Officer Dani Luckett. Currie, Breland and Pings all attended a storytelling workshop hosted at the Goodman Center in March led by Mad City Story Slam founders Charles Pane and Zachary Shea.
Those interested in attending the April 27 event can get tickets at bethegoodmsn.eventbrite.com. Tickets are “pay what you can,” including a free option.
Doors will open at 6:30pm on April 27 with the program starting at 7pm. Heavy hors d’ouevres and a cash bar will be available to guests, as well as opportunity to mingle with neighbors and engage in some fun activities. Live music will be provided by local musician Glenn Widdicombe. John Urban of Big Dreamers United will MC the event.
Learn more about #BeTheGoodMSN at goodmancenter.org/bethegood.
The Goodman Center is thankful to its media partner for this event, Madison 365, as well as the generous sponsorship of these local businesses: Big Dreamers United, Exact Sciences, MG&E, Hooper Corporation, Levy Giving Fund, Chads Design Build, Resonant Capital Advisors, Summit Credit Union and Working Draft Beer Company.