Assemblies and free "Chye" concert for area students and rest of public
Students from Philip and Kadoka high schools are invited to join their peers at the Wall High School for a free presentation and a free concert, Wednesday, September 14.
The Todd Becker Foundation, created following the death of 18-year-old high school student, Todd Becker, in the spring of 2005, will share their "Where is your life headed?" presentation.
The day's events will include an assembly for grades 9-12 starting at 1:15. Then, at 7:00 p.m., another assembly that includes a live concert is open to students and the rest of the public. Both programs will take place at the Wall High School gymnasium. Philip and Kadoka high school students will be bused to the event.
The presentation is given in large part by Keith Becker, who is the brother of Todd Becker. It unfolds the real life, true story behind the choices that lead to the death of his brother. Todd was killed in an alcohol-related car accident.
The presentation features an impacting and life-changing message that includes live music from the Christian band "Chye," videos and other audio.
Since 2005, the assembly program has been in over 200 high schools across the Midwest and has reached nearly 50,000 students.
For more information, contact Chris McClemens, church partnership coordinator, Todd Becker Foundation at 1-800-983-2644 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.