Terre Haute, Ind. (WTHI) - A Terre Haute man wants to make some music to help efforts inHaiti.
Chuck Hill played the drums all his life. He wants to drum upsome support for the people suffering in the wake of a massiveearthquake in Haiti.
His goal is to hold a Wabash Valley benefit concert withlocal musicians.
"And I'd like to get as many people involved as we can and justput on a great show, have a good time, and do some serious help forthe people over in Haiti," Hill said.
Chuck's idea is still at stage one. He says he needs musiciansand other volunteers to make the concert a reality.
If you are interested in helping out you can call Chuck at(812)877-9242.
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