With Special Guest Emcee, Shelby Ringdahl, 2013 Miss Missouri!

Shelby Ringdahl is an New York City based performer pursuing a career on Broadway. Originally from Columbia MIssouri and a Rock Bridge High School graduate, Shelby’s voice has been heard coast to coast leading three National Tours and in many professional regional productions (Including Missouri’s The MUNY and Arrow Rock Lyceum). As a concert vocalist, she has been seen on stage alongside Susan Egan (original Belle on Broadway), Jodi Benson (voice of Ariel), and Jason Robert Brown (Tony Award winning Composer), as well as with the Cincinnati Pops Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony, and the Philadelphia Pops Symphony. Shelby entered a pageant as a bucket list item in college and won the title of Miss Missouri 2013, placing in the Top 12 at Miss America (Voted Best Personality by CNN and Entertainment Weekly, 3rd in People’s Choice, and Overall Talent Winner at Miss Missouri). During her years of service, CASA was her chosen service platform and focal point of her year. She attended local, state, and national fundraisers and conferences as well as being one of the National Faces of CASA. She made over 300 appearances during her year motivationally speaking to over 17,000 of Missouri’s children. Shelby still makes speaking appearances as a former Miss Missouri, specifically to various high schools and colleges across the country on pursuing the arts.

Facebook: @shelbyringdahl

 

More bands to come…!

The January Lanterns

The January Lanterns

Andrew and Kristen Camp are The January Lanterns. They became The January Lanterns in October 2017 but they have been singing together for 14 years – since they were 15 years old (High School Sweethearts)!

Andrew and Kristen became involved with Voices of Columbia because, “We know and love Suzanne Guerrant, a CASA advocate, and love the mission of this organization. We want to raise as much money as possible to help children in need of love, support, and care.”

The January Lanterns will be performing “I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You” by Elvis Presley and “You Climbed Down” by The January Lanterns. “You Climbed Down” is about an advocate/loved one/friend who climbs down to someone’s lowest place to show them that they are not alone, they are understood, and that they are unconditionally loved through their pain.  We felt that this song fit with the message of the CASA fundraiser and could bring hope to children in need.”

Visit their website: www.thejanuarylanterns.com
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheJanuaryLanterns/

The Naturelles

The Naturelles

Founded in 2007, The Naturelles are Mizzou’s premiere all female a cappella on campus. They are the winners of the 2017 Midwest Regional Quarterfinals for the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, and they had the honor of competing at the Midwest Regionals in Indiana against 10 other top a cappella teams around the Midwest. This particular group of women has been together since the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year, and they are excited to participate in Voices of Columbia because, “A member of our group suggested we sing at this event, and we love singing especially for a great cause.”

They will be singing: Bird Set Free/Dream On- Sia /Aerosmith (soloists Anna Yannessa and Brooke Fortner) and Something’s Got A Hold On Me by Etta James.

Check out their website here: http://naturelles.wpengine.com

Of Sea and Stone

Of Sea and Stone

Folk-Americana duo Of Sea and Stone began in January 2014 when Luke Dierker and Morgan Manson matched on Tinder. Immediately exhibiGng a rare vocal chemistry, the two began wriGng and performing Grelessly across their home state, Missouri. 6 years, one marriage, and many shows later, the pair has released their first music video, a full-length studio album and has been touring naGonally since the summer of 2017. Of Sea and Stone is known for their inGmate lyrics, polished vocal harmonies, and capGvaGng live show. They have shared the stage with several talented arGsts on tour, including Judah and the Lion, Tyler Hilton, and Hush Kids. Their latest single I Love You, Goodbye, and its accompanying music video, premiered on Nashville’s The Boot. It is a sterling example of the couple’s heartbreaking vocals and haunGng lyrical style. Of Sea and Stone never fails to transport you, making you feel their pain, joy, and
love through every performance.

Check out their website here: http://www.ofseaandstone.com

Michele Curry

Michele Curry

Michele is born and raised in Columbia, MO and graduated from the University of Missouri. She participates with the Columbia Chamber of Commerce as well as local
community theater. Michele was named “Best Theatrical Performer – Gold” according to Inside Columbia Magazine, 2017, and has been seen on stage most recently as
Elle Woods in Columbia Entertainment Company’s February production of “Legally Blonde the Musical.”

Sponsorship Levels

Business

  • 16 tickets to Voices of Columbia
  • Prime box seating at Voices of Columbia (6 boxes available on first come, first
    served basis)
  • 16 wristbands for open bar during Voices of Columbia
  • Top logo placement/mention in all event promotional materials (including TV
    and radio ads)
  • Recognition in annual report
  • Top coverage in quarterly e-newsletter
  • Logo on all electronic newsletters (click through to your website)
  • Logo on revised HOMCASA webpage (click through to your website)
  • Recognition on social media
  • Recognition by emcee night of event
  • If Sponsor desires, a news release announcing Sponsor’s support is sent to
    area newspapers and media outlets
  • MO Dept. of Revenue Champion for Children Tax Credits – up to 50% of the
    donation

Individual

  • 16 tickets to Voices of Columbia
  • Prime box seating at Voices of Columbia (6 boxes available on first come, first served basis)
  • 16 wristbands for open bar during Voices of Columbia
  • Recognition in annual report
  • Top coverage in quarterly e-newsletter
  • Recognition on social media
  • Recognition by emcee night of event
  • If Sponsor desires, a news release announcing Sponsor’s support is sent to area newspapers and media outlets
  • MO Dept. of Revenue Champion for Children Tax Credits – up to 50% of the donation

Business

  • 12 tickets to Voices of Columbia
  • Prime box seating at Voices of Columbia (6 boxes available on first come, first served basis)
  • 12 wristbands for open bar during Voices of Columbia
  • Logo placement/mention in all event promotional materials (including TV
    and radio ads)
  • Recognition in annual report
  • Top coverage in quarterly e-newsletter
  • Logo on all electronic newsletters (click through to your website)
  • Logo on revised HOMCASA webpage
  • Recognition on social media
  • Recognition by emcee night of event
  • If Sponsor desires, a news release announcing Sponsor’s support is sent to area newspapers and media outlets
  • MO Dept. of Revenue Champion for Children Tax Credits – up to 50% of the donation

Individual

  • 12 tickets to Voices of Columbia
  • Prime Box or Reserved VIP seating at Voices of Columbia at The Blue Note (6 boxes available on first come, first served basis)
  • 12 wristbands for open bar during Voices of Columbia
  • Recognition in annual report
  • Top coverage in quarterly e-newsletter
  • Recognition on social media
  • Recognition by emcee night of event
  • If Sponsor desires, a news release announcing Sponsor’s support is sent to area newspapers and media outlets
  • MO Dept. of Revenue Champion for Children Tax Credits – up to 50% of the donation

Business

  • 8 tickets to Voices of Columbia
  • Recognition in annual report
  • Top coverage in quarterly e-newsletter
  • Logo on revised HOMCASA webpage
  • Recognition on social media
  • Recognition by emcee night of event
  • If Sponsor desires, a news release announcing Sponsor’s support is sent to area newspapers and media outlets
  • MO Dept. of Revenue Champion for Children Tax Credits – up to 50% of the donation

Individual

  • 8 tickets to Voices of Columbia
  • Recognition in annual report
  • Top coverage in quarterly e-newsletter
  • Recognition on social media
  • Recognition night of event
  • If Sponsor desires, a news release announcing Sponsor’s support is sent to area newspapers and media outlets
  • MO Dept. of Revenue Champion for Children Tax Credits – up to 50% of the donation

Business

  • 4 tickets to Voices of Columbia
  • Recognition in annual report
  • Coverage in quarterly e-newsletter
  • Recognition on website and social media
  • Recognition on night of event
  • MO Dept. of Revenue Champion for Children Tax Credits – up to 50% of the donation

Individual

  • 4 tickets to Voices of Columbia
  • Coverage in quarterly e-newsletter
  • Recognition in annual report
  • Recognition on website and social media
  • Recognition on night of event
  • MO Dept. of Revenue Champion for Children Tax Credits – up to 50% of the donation

Business

  • 4 tickets to Voices of Columbia
  • Recognition in Annual Report
  • MO Dept. of Revenue Champion for Children Tax Credits – up to 50% of the donation

Individual

  • 4 tickets to Voices of Columbia
  • Recognition in Annual Report
  • MO Dept. of Revenue Champion for Children Tax Credits – up to 50% of the donation

2019 Voices of Columbia

We had an amazing night listening to eight local musicians raise funds for Heart of Missouri CASA. The winning group, The Burney Sisters, raised $1,545! The January Lanterns brought in $1,391, and The Naturelles raised $1,250. We’d like to thank everyone who supported our 1st annual Voices of Columbia, and helped us raise over $33,000 for children in foster care. Stay tuned for the date for our 2nd annual Voices of Columbia to take place in April 2020!

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