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Upcoming concert at Elder House to benefit youth in need

On Saturday, July 10, an event planned from 1 to 9 p.m. at the Elder House in Fallbrook will showcase and hopefully garner support for two dynamic ministries that work with youth internationally. Break the Chains and Water of Life Asia will be presenting about their programs from 1 to 2:30 p.m. The rest of the day will also feature family-friendly activities including music by several bands, dancing, food, skate and bike demonstrations, and a paintball booth.

Break the Chains is a volunteer-driven organization based in San Diego that rescues girls ages 7 to 16 from lives of forced prostitution in Mexico. The girls are returned to their parents, if the parents are still living, or placed in an orphanage where loving adults care for them and help them with the healing process.

Water of Life Asia is directed by Fallbrook local Randy Fleming and operated by Cambodian partners. The group cares for and mentors Cambodian orphans ranging in age from 2-25. The organization also has a medical ministry and seeks to promote healthier living environments by setting up water filtration machines that provide clean water for local villages. More information is available at http://www.wateroflifeasia.com.

RSVP to attend the event at http://www.breakingchains.org. As their website says, “Enough awareness…time to act!” Email [email protected] for ways you can help with the event.

 

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