Foxy Benefit Concert showcases talent

  • Watch a recording of the "Foxy Benefit Concert" via streaming on the Batavia Access Television website.

    Watch a recording of the "Foxy Benefit Concert" via streaming on the Batavia Access Television website. Courtesy of FVSRA

  • Singer CHAR performs her original song, "Dream," at the Arcada Theatre April 26 for the Foxy Benefit Concert.

    Singer CHAR performs her original song, "Dream," at the Arcada Theatre April 26 for the Foxy Benefit Concert. Courtesy of Fox Valley Special Recreation Foundation

  • Singer Stephanie Tonnemacher and Fox Valley Special Recreation Foundation participant Sean Thompson perform "America the Beautiful" at the Foxy Benefit Concert April 26.

    Singer Stephanie Tonnemacher and Fox Valley Special Recreation Foundation participant Sean Thompson perform "America the Beautiful" at the Foxy Benefit Concert April 26. Courtesy of Fox Valley Special Recreation Foundation

  • Singer Tony Pape performs "Smooth" by Santana featuring Rob Thomas at the Foxy Benefit Concert April 26 at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles.

    Singer Tony Pape performs "Smooth" by Santana featuring Rob Thomas at the Foxy Benefit Concert April 26 at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles. Courtesy of Fox Valley Special Recreation Foundation

  • More than 20 different performers volunteer their talents to the Foxy Benefit Concert April 26 at the Arcada Theatre in downtown St. Charles.

    More than 20 different performers volunteer their talents to the Foxy Benefit Concert April 26 at the Arcada Theatre in downtown St. Charles. Courtesy of Fox Valley Special Recreation Foundation

 
Fox Valley Special Recreation Foundation
Updated 5/15/2015 8:14 PM

More than 20 different performers volunteered their talents to the Foxy Benefit Concert, presented by Country Financial, which took place on April 26 at the Arcada Theatre in downtown St. Charles.

Proceeds help meet recreation needs of children and adults with disabilities through the Fox Valley Special Recreation Foundation.

 

The foundation is a local charity that provides funds to Fox Valley Special Recreation Association, which offers year-round recreation programming throughout their member park districts -- St. Charles, Geneva, Batavia, Fox Valley, Oswegoland and Sugar Grove -- as well as South Elgin Parks and Recreation Department.

A recording of the performance from "Foxy" is available to stream on the Batavia Access Television website at MyBATV.com.

To find out more information on the Fox Valley Special Recreation Foundation, visit FVSRFoundation.org, Facebook.com/FVSRA, or Twitter.com/FVSRA.