Support our local economy, promote community sustainable agriculture, and enjoy some beautiful music! On Friday, May 1st, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Beaufort will sponsor a concert in Darrah Hall at Penn Center at 7:30 PM.  Tickets are $15, $12 for students, and will be available at the door. For more information contact Kathy Folsom at
     The stage at Penn Center brings together two amazing singer-songwriters.   Lowcountry artist Jan Spencer has been described as “a gifted… gorgeous anti-diva,”  whose musical style is some combination of Bill Withers, Roberta flack, Cassandra Wilson, Brenda Russell, Carly Simon and Jill Scott…smooth, jazzy and just a bit sassy… especially when she sings the blues!  ( )
    Rebecca Folsom comes from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, and now lives part-time in Nashville, TN.  Her smooth, sweet voice can take you floating through a storyteller’s folk song, and then knock you to your knees with her rock and blues.  Westword Magazine says, “Her songs hit like little earthquakes and she shares the vocal prowess of Susan Tedeschi.”  She is a nationally touring artist and has performed internationally on BBC radio and television.  You will want to hear Rebecca’s songs over and over again simply because they make you feel good. ( )
     Marshview Community Organic Farm will benefit from this concert.  This non-profit project engages young people in our community in positive, educational and life affirming ways.  The farm’s mission is to utilize environmentally safe practices to promote community sustainable agriculture.
    Marshview community Organic farm is a Community Supported Agricultural Cooperative or CSA, a partnership between the community and the farm. The goal is to link consumers directly with the farm to share expenses and produce, to support family farming, and to preserve rural land.  Individuals and groups are encouraged to become involved.  For information about becoming a shareholder or to volunteer contact Sara Reynolds, director, at