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Paul Miller wants you to know about the Fourth Annual Tie Dye Event for Haiti on Sunday

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I got this email from Haiti Justice Alliance Director Paul Miller last week and he stopped by my corner office at GBM Tuesday for the requisite photo:

Hi Griff. Our fourth annual tie dye is this Sunday at The Pause at St. Olaf from 2 – 6. We’d love to get a shout out on Locally Grown.

Come support the SOPUDEP School in Haiti and efforts to hold the UN accountable for bringing cholera to Haiti at the Fourth annual TIE DYE EVENT for Haiti, sponsored by the Haiti Justice Alliance of Northfield. There will be Northfield High School, St. Olaf and Carleton bands and FREE COOKIES. $10/shirt. November 4th 2-6pm at the St. Olaf Pause.

Would you sing for Haiti with this guy? How about just listen to singing?

Paul MillerSinging for Haiti - midGolf course architect Paul Miller (Paul Miller Design Inc) stopped by my morning office at GBM last week with the poster of Saturday’s Singing for Haiti fundraiser at The Grand Event Center.

Paul has been involved in peace and justice work in Haiti for over a decade and is the founder of the Haiti Justice Alliance of Northfield which is hosting the event. Money raised will go to the What If? Foundation, Feed My Starving Children, and Partners in Health.

Musical groups performing include The Brothers Frantzich, founders of Feed Them With Music; Carleton bluegrass band, Porch Collective; St. Olaf psychedelic/blues/jam band Archaic Revival; and Northfield High School‘s Madrigals.

Local sponsors include Carleton College, St. Olaf College, Labor Arbitration Institute, Schmitz, Ophaug, and Dowd, LLP, Buzz Salon, and Paul Miller Design Inc.

For more info, see 1) Carleton College’s Haiti Relief Gateway; 2) last week’s Nfld News article, Concert to benefit Haitians; 3) Jane McWilliams’ blog post on Northfield.org.

You can get tickets at Mary Rossing’s Present Perfect store on Division or at the door at the Grand on Saturday.