Lip Sync Battle Set To Support Family Centre

October 24, 2016

Family Centre is inviting the public to assist judges Nikita Robinson, Nadanja Bailey and Lamont Robinson, along with MC Power Girl and Patrina O’Connor, in choosing Bermuda’s next Lip Sync Champion on Thursday, November 3 from 6.30pm to 9.30pm in the Fairmont Southampton’s Mid Ocean Amphitheater.

The event aims to raise $50,000 in support of Family Centre.

A spokesperson said, “Guests will enjoy lots of live entertainment, a complimentary reception and the chance to cast your vote for your favorite lip sync team.

“Additional food and beverages will available for purchase. Tickets range from $50-$100 and are available on and seating is cabaret style with tables of ten.

“The goal with this event is to raise $50,000 in support of Family Centre’s vital programmes and services. Each year Family Centre supports hundreds of children and families in Bermuda through its Training & Advocacy, Community Programmes and Intensive Counselling Services.

“This year, 17 teams submitted videos for the Lip Sync Battle and people can donate towards their favorite up until November 2 at 5pm. Go to the website to view all videos.”

Executive Director of Family Centre Martha Dismont said, “We are very grateful to the team of people who are helping to make this event a reality this year, including CellONE, our lead sponsor and Lindos Group of Companies who has agreed to assist us with marketing the event.

“The Lip Sync part of our 2015 Telethon was a huge success, and we are pleased to partner with the winning team from 2015 “the Arch Angels” and our incredible organizer Julia Mather and her team, to make sure we raise the dollars needed to support Family Centre services.

“As the community continues to “dig its way” out of a very challenging period, demand for services continues to increase. Every dollar raised will help to address this demand. We look forward to having some fun on the evening at the live event.

“In light of the continuing acts of violence in our community and the tragedy of lost opportunity for many of our males, we must keep the pressure on to address these issues and get out young men [and women] back into the mainstream of society.

“The change will take funding of services, as well as improvement of the services that we currently have. We hope individuals will come out and support our event so that we can stay in this fight for a healthier society.”

A member of the winning Arch Angels group said, “To be a part of Family Centre’s fundraising success was truly an honor. We appreciate and support Family Centre’s efforts in strengthening the family structure to sustain a brighter and better Bermuda.

“It’s not every day that we can let our hair down for a great cause; therefore, we strongly encourage other organizations to tap into their creative side and get involved.”

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