Acapella for a Cause-A Benefit for The Women’s Center, Inc.

Bloomsburg, PA– On Thursday, Apr. 25, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church held the community’s first Acapella for a Cause. The event featured local musicians to fundraise for The Women’s Center, Inc. of Bloomsburg.

The acapella concert included the Bloomsburg University’s Women’s Choral Ensemble, Husky Singers, Leading Tones and Concert Choir. In addition to the students representing the university, the event also showcased skilled vocalists from Hazelton Area High School, the choir at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, the choir of the First Presbyterian Church in Bloomsburg and the choir of Wesley United Methodist Church.

Bloomsburg University’s Music Department organized the benefit concert that was held in a seemingly perfect acoustic setting at St. Paul’s. “It’s nice to bring these groups together,” said Alan Baker, director of Bloomsburg University’s Concert Choir. “It’s great to raise money for a good cause.”




Zach Manning

After my my graduation from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in May 2019, I quickly transitioned into the healthcare field. Currently a Communications Specialist at St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings, Montana, I believe that my collegiate experience fully prepared me for the professional environment. A high-quality education at Bloomsburg, along with knowledgable and energetic professors, encouraged me to pair my creative writing skills and strategic communication with my desire to help those in need.