The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

May 14, 2013

JAHA launches supporter wall

Dave Sutor
dsutor@tribdem.com

JOHNSTOWN — Music lovers now can share pictures of their smiles, funny faces or sentimental moments at the online AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival Supporter Wall.

For donations of $200, $75 or $25, people can post photos of varying sizes at floodcitymusic.com/support.

As of Tuesday afternoon, three people had added their images, leaving more than 160 squares still open.

This is the first year the event’s organizer, the Johns­town Area Heritage Association, has displayed the wall.

“We’re excited to try it out,” said Shelley Johansson, JAHA’s director of marketing and communications.

Money raised will help cover the cost of presenting music at Peoples Natural Gas Park in Johnstown, including the festival and Summer Concert Series.

“This is kind of a fun opportunity to show support,” Johansson said.

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