After many years of service, the current stage riser system used for PAC performances and other Westbrook Village clubs is no longer safe and reliable, and needs to be replaced. A new StageDrop portable seated riser system has been selected as the replacement.
The new risers are modular and extremely flexible. They provide multiple staging options and can be arranged to suit the particular needs of the occaision. Constructed of high-quality plywood and steel, the unique StageDrop system allows straight and wedged sections to be combined easily in a variety of configurations. The riser system also includes rear and side guard rails for all-around safety.
Due to the kindness of our esteemed donors, the Westbrook Village Voices is delighted to provide the portable stage system to the Westbrook Village community. Many generous patrons have already donated funds for the purchase of our new risers, and as of December, 2018, $9,300.00 has been raised.
Our fund raising goal is $10,000.00. In the event the goal is exceeded, all additional funds will be allocated to a special fund dedicated solely for the purpose of improving the Vistas Auditorium.
If you are considering making a donatiion to the Village Voices New Riser Fund, we hope you consider supporting our fund raising efforts as you make your year-end contributions to charitable organizations.
By phone, please contact:
Shelly Logan, Choir Director, Village Voices
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Diane Kane, Vice President/Treasurer, Village Voices
By mail, send your donation to:
Village Voices Riser Fund
9413 W. Taro Lane
Peoria, AZ 85382-3685
Please make checks to "Village Voices Riser Fund"
The Westbrook Village Voices is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization.
Your donation is fully tax deductible. EIN #37-1877725
The new riser system will be dedicated in memory of Debbie Eaton at the Spring 2019 concerts.
Debbie is the late wife of choir member Mike Eaton. She was a long-time resident of Westbrook Village, a beloved friend of the Village Voices, and a very talented artist and interior designer in the NW Valley. She loved music and the arts, and was an avid golfer. Debbie was a member of the Martini Mama’s, Sister Chicks, 18 Holes Ladies, and the Sunday 18 Hole Couples golf clubs, in addtion to several other Westbrook Village clubs.
We fondly remember Debbie's contagious smile, her outgoing personality, kind heart, and love for everyone she met.