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Actor Gary Sinise applauds during a Temecula City Council meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012. Sinise attended the meeting to ask for permission to hold a benefit concert March 1.
Actor Gary Sinise applauds during a Temecula City Council meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012. Sinise attended the meeting to ask for permission to hold a...
Actor Gary Sinise takes his seat before a Temecula City Council meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012. Sinise asked the council for permission to perform a benefit concert at the civic center on March 1.
Actor Gary Sinise takes his seat before a Temecula City Council meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012. Sinise asked the council for permission to perform a ...
Actor Gary Sinise asks the Temecula City Council for permission to hold a March 1 benefit concert, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012.
Actor Gary Sinise asks the Temecula City Council for permission to hold a March 1 benefit concert, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012.

Actor Gary Sinise to bring benefit concert to Temecula


Friday, January 20th, 2012
Issue 03, Volume 16.


TEMECULA – Following a detailed presentation by actor Gary Sinise, the Temecula City Council unanimously agreed on Tuesday, Jan. 10 to give Sinise and his "Lt. Dan Band" permission to perform a concert at the Town Square City Plaza.

Money raised from ticket sales will go to build a "smart home" for 27-year-old Cpl. Juan Dominguez, who became a triple amputee as a result of injuries sustained in Afghanistan. He has chosen Temecula as the city where he wants to live with his 9-year-old daughter Victoria. His "smart home" is specially designed to be equipped with every state-of-the-art feature possible, to allow him to live independently.    

The Lt. Dan Benefit Concert will take place on Thursday, March Advertisement
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1. Tickets are now on sale at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater, 42051 Main Street, by going to the website www.TemeculaTheater.org or by calling (866) 653-8696. Ticket prices range from $35 and up to $150 for VIP seating. Monetary donations towards building the Juan Dominguez Home will also be accepted through the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, (718) 987-1931. Donations made through the Foundation are one hundred percent tax deductible.

"We can’t thank the wonderful members of the City Council and Mayor Washington enough, for the privilege of holding a concert in their beautiful city to help a true American hero," stated Sinise.


 

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