Entertainers sought for MMAC


The 2014 Marianas March Against Cancer committee is inviting all musicians, bands, dancers, and other entertainers to perform live at the 2014 MMAC—the largest annual cancer fundraising event in the Northern Mariana Islands.

“We are calling on all performers who are interested in volunteering their time to show their support in the fight against cancer by performing live at the 2014 MMAC. This overnight event will take place from 6pm on Friday, May 2, to 6am on Saturday, May 3.  We have limited slots available on a first-come, first-served basis so please contact us as soon as possible to confirm your spot,” said 2014 MMAC entertainment committee chairs L.J. Castro and Celia Mercado.

“Thousands of participants attend the MMAC every year so this is your chance to show your support in the battle against cancer by performing live for our community,” said Castro.

To register or for more information call Castro at 483-1027 or email ljmamis@gmail.com.

The Marianas March Against Cancer is the largest cancer fundraising activity in the Northern Mariana Islands. It is the signature fundraising event of the Commonwealth Cancer Association, a volunteer-led non-profit 501(c)3 organization that ensures all funds raised are spent entirely in the CNMI on cancer awareness and prevention programs, cancer patient support services and other cancer-related activities.

The 2014 Marianas March Against Cancer will be held on May 2-3 from 6 p.m.-6 a.m. at Hopwood Junior High School in Chalan Piao.  For more information on the MMAC call 989-1987, email emanuel.borja@gmail.com or visit www.ccamarianas.org. (CCA)

Jun Dayao Dayao
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