Thursday, May 7, 2020
December 7, 2019 – 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Sacramento Masonic Temple
1131 J St
Sacramento, CA 95814
The highlight of the night will undoubtedly be the Phonotone Orchestra with syncopated dance music of the 20s, 30s and early 40s. Master of Ceremonies, Rob Stewart, (of KVIE’s “Rob on the Road”) promises an evening filled with surprises and fun!
Capital Campaign Co-Chairs, Congresswoman Doris Matsui, Mayor Darrell Steinberg and District 3 City Council Member Jeff Harris will be honored for their support of Joshua’s House along with our other partners and supporters including the Rotary Club of Sacramento, the Rotary Club of Midtown and the Rotary Club of Elk Grove.
Four “Reconciliation Singers Voices of Peace” (RSVP) concerts were performed in May and all proceeds went to Joshua’s House Hospice. The RSVP artistic director, Jennifer Reason, shared that the events raised more money than they have ever raised for other charities — a total of $14,340! The series, “Sing Me to Heaven,” were offered at Journey Church in Folsom, Congregation Beth Shalom in Carmichael, Westminster Presbyterian Church in Sacramento and Pleasant Grove Community Church in Roseville. Founded in 2000 by former artistic director Julie Adams, RSVP’s mission is to create joyful music to build a better world. Audiences at all four events were moved by the story of Joshua’s House Hospice and by the inspiring music. RSVP will also perform at the “Sip, Savor and Sway” gala to benefit Joshua’s House Hospice on Saturday, December 7 at the Sacramento Masonic Temple (see www.joshuashousehospice.org for sponsorships and tickets.)