It is AmeriTitle Idol Eve! Singer and Charity Line-Up for May 4th

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We will be gathering for some outstanding entertainment and fun every Wednesday night in May at the Half Penny Bar & Grill in Salem. 


We're kicking off the 2011 season of AmeriTitle Idol tomorrow, Wednesday, May 4th


Here are your singers for the May 4th event:

Aubrey Loyd

Bill Hallahan

Duane Reno

Elizabeth Smith

Emilee Kerper

Geoff White

Marissa Pena-Wilson

Mat Genuser

Rob Rardin

Tiffany Kuenzi

Tristina Furgison


Our line-up of judges for the season are much loved local personalities...

Ronda Wymore, Willamette Valley MLS

Sean Mulrooney, Resident Lending

Don Sturgeon, Coldwell Banker Mountain West

Dave Porter, Envoy Mortgage

Jeff Miller, Coldwell Banker Commercial


Big thanks in advance to these fine people for their bravery and for providing the entertainment while we raise funds for well deserving charities.  The designated charity for tomorrow is Liberty House.


THIS … is AmeriTitle Idol! 

Cue the music…


AmeriTitle Idol 2010 raised over $7,000 for local charity. 

With your talent, your attendance and your support we can top that this year!


Follow the updates and view past year event pictures at AmeriTitle Idol on Facebook


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AmeriTitle Idol 2011 Designated Charities:


Liberty House

Liberty House, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, is a safe and special place for children to come when adults are concerned that they may have been hurt by abuse or neglect. Liberty House is a neutral child abuse assessment center. Services available include a head-to-toe check-up and a carefully designed interview in an environment designed especially for kids. Liberty House also provides information and support for non-offending caregivers.

Liberty House is Marion County's only child abuse assessment center, the only place providing special medical assessment services for children. It offers a centralized place for children to receive medical and interview services for concerns of abuse. In the 1990's, the medical, mental health, child welfare, and law enforcement communities designed Liberty House: in April of 1999, Liberty House opened our doors to children and the community.

Liberty House serves children of all ages -- from infants to age 18. We assess children for concerns of sexual abuse, physical abuse and neglect. Our services are voluntary and free of cost to the family. We also strive to serve as a resource for community education and information about the issue of child abuse and the protection of children.

Isaac’s Room

Isaac’s Room helps divested young people build the capacity to rise to the challenges of life.

We will do whatever we would do for our own kids in pursuit of this mission.

We provide experiences that build character, confidence, and skills and a community of people
living life with intentionality, intelligence, and spirit.

We currently focus on building critical work skills in a team concept through an IKE Quest
Internship at the IKE Box, the family business of Isaac’s Room.

We continually seek and pursue opportunities to better meet the needs of divested young people.

We are rising to the challenge to build a progression of opportunities and services that help
divested youth get on their feet, learn to walk, and then learn to run. Such services should include
shelter and transition housing, viable education alternatives, and training and experience in vital
life skills.

Salem-Keizer Education Foundation

The Salem-Keizer Education Foundation is a catalyst for the enhancement of education for Salem-Keizer public school students by providing resources for creative and innovative programs and materials, education and mobilizing the community, and sustaining collaborative partnerships that support its goals.

Salem Association of Realtors Community Fund (SARCF)

The Salem Association of Realtors Community Fund was founded in 2004 as a way for Realtors and industry affiliates in the Salem/Keizer area to have a positive impact on the community. The mission of the Salem Association of REALTORS Community Fund, Inc., a charitable (501c3) organization, is to make grants available from earnings and donations by REALTORS, industry affiliates, and friends, for the welfare and prosperity of the community at large.



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