MUSICIANS from all over Victoria and some from other States will gather at the Clayton RSL, 163 Carinish Road, Clayton on Sunday 13 May for a Jazz Fest in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
The music will start at 11.00 am with the core band, John Morrison’s Moonee Valley Jazz Band, and will continue for the rest of the day with “sit-ins” and “jam sessions”. All musicians are invited to come along and have a blow to help this vital cause.
Donation entry is $10 per head and all funds raised will go to the MND Association.
Light refreshments will be available; drinks are at club prices.
Plenty of parking and the dance floor is huge.
For those unable to attend on the day, there will be Donation Boxes available for contributions at the entry desk at all VJC Saturday night gigs at Clayton leading up to the 13th.
WHAT IS MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE?
MND is a progressive degenerative disease that affects muscular function leading to paralysis of the muscles we use to move, speak, swallow and breathe. There is currently no known cure for MND. The Motor Neurone Disease Association provides assistance to people living with the disease, their families, carers, and friends, and contributes to research into causes of and cures for this devastating disease.