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Pcge 8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 12, 1986

Winston helps needy
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in November and expects to raise thousands of
dAlars in donations. The fast will be run through
churches, sorrorities and fraternities, residence
halls, and private homes.
Last year, the fast raised more than $5,000,
according to Sirri Striar, a member of the
'Immittee and liason for OXFAM America for
World Harvest, a Boston-based charity group. The
,oal of both groups is to educate people about hunger
hrough personal experience, Striar said.
Donated food will go to the Ypsilanti Resource
Center. Larry Hunter, Director of the Center and
,n Ann Arbor city councilmember, said food
donated will be distributed in Ypsilanti, where
one-third of Washtenaw County's poor population

lives.
According to Jean Demeter, a spokeswoman at
Winston's management company, Winston
began his charity involvement two years ago by
inviting local charity groups to set up booths at his
concerts.
Since February, a booth has been operated at
every one of his concerts. On the average, several
barrels of dry food goods are collected at each
concert, Demeter said.
Winston performs about 100 concerts a year,
Demeter said.
Winston's music is inspired by blues, rock, R &
B, and jazz. His first solo piano album, "Ballads
and Blues," was recorded in 1972.

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