Wheaton's STARS Family Services to host 'Little Patch of Heaven' Radio Show
WHEATON — STARS Family Services will host its fourth annual "Little Patch of Heaven" Radio Show fundraiser Friday and Saturday at the College Church sanctuary in Wheaton.
Audience members are invited to travel back in time to the days of old-time radio as the Musical Moms and emcee Todd Busteed star in a live broadcast featuring an all-new script and music.
Attendees are encouraged to make a financial contribution to STARS Family Services, which provides living arrangements and related services to adults with intellectual disabilities in the area.
More than 1,000 guests attended last year's performances, donating more than $75,000 to STARS Family Services.
The shows will begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday and 3:30 p.m. Saturday. A dessert reception will follow each performance.
The Musical Moms are three local women who have been performing together for many years at churches, women's retreats, radio spots and other community events. Todd Busteed is a member of College Church and the owner of Gap Digital in Wheaton, one of the only U.S. recording studios that specializes in the production of long-form audio drama.
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