Avery Hall sponsoring ‘A Night of Storytelling’

Avery Hall Insurance will sponsor an upcoming fund-raiser for Relay for Life — “A Night of Storytelling” performance.

The event will feature performers including Dean Defino, Lori DeWitt, Jeff Limbeck, Dawn Manyfeathers, Grace Murdock, Ann Northam, Kathryn Redden, Vince Schettini, David Smith, Jeff Smith and Len “Littlefox” Winogron.

The event features a live performance on Friday, Sept. 11, at 7 p.m., which will be broadcast to viewers over the Zoom platform. Viewers must pre-register for this free event.

Donations and sponsorships are available when you register at nightofstorytellingzoom.eventbrite.com.

Pre-recorded performances will also be shown at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12, Friday, Sept. 18, and Saturday, Sept. 19; and Saturday, Sept. 13 and and Saturday, Sept. 20, at 2 p.m.

For more information, please call Jill Long at 410-742-5111. 

Relay for Life Wicomico County raises funds and awareness in the fight against cancer.

Since 1997, the Avery Hall Insurance Relay for Life team has raised more than $120,000 for the American Cancer Society.

The money raised helps fund research, educate people on early detection steps, and provide round-the-clock access to free information and support for our community members.

Avery Hall has a history of hosting performance art events and has collaborated with Community Players, the Wor-Wic Theatre Department, and now Lower Shore Performing Arts for 15 years. The Lower Shore Performing Arts Company is a local organization dedicated to promoting and developing a strong appreciation for the arts within the community.

They are actively creating advocacy, education, and performance opportunities for artists and performers.

Avery Hall Insurance Group serves individuals, families, and businesses of all sizes throughout Delmarva and the Mid-Atlantic. Avery Hall is headquartered in Salisbury, with offices in Easton, Seaford, Bridgeville and Milton.

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