Susan Rose Lamberson


NOTE: The benefit for Susan Lamberson has been held, but NDAD's fund for Susan remains open for donations.

A Festival of Rose's: The Benefit for Susan Rose Lamberson will be held in downtown Grand Forks starting at 5:30 p.m. Thurs., April 19, in the Empire Arts Center.

 
The poster for the April 19 Susan Lamberson benefit in Grand Forks.
The event, sponsored by charitable nonprofit NDAD, is raising money or 15-year-old Susan Rose Lamberson, a Grand Forks Central High student who recently was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma.

The benefit features a 7 p.m. concert in the Empire's auditorium, featuring choirs and classical music in first part, and classic and soft rock in the second part. A 20-minute intermission will divide the two. Admission is $10.

The concert portion of the benefit will be preceded by a silent auction and a bake sale, both starting at 5:30 p.m.  Auction bidding will close at the conclusion of the 20-minute concert intermission, and auction winners will be announced prior to the conclusion of the concert.

Free-will donations also are welcomed at this event. All proceeds will be used to help Susan with medical and general expenses.

Get a PDF copy of the Susan Lamberson benefit poster HERE.

You also may donate online to help Susan by clicking the "Donate Now" button on this page and using your credit card or PayPal to make a gift.

Or, mail a check to: NDAD, c/o Susan Lamberson Fundraiser, 2660 S. Columbia Road, Grand Forks, ND 58201. Please make checks payable to NDAD and be sure to write "Susan Lamberson" on your check's memo line.


Susan is the daughter of Carol and Lonnie Lamberson. She has two brothers, James and Patrick.

Check back to this page and follow benefit updates on NDAD's Facebook page and NDAD's Twitter feed (@NDAD4you).
 

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