Benefit concert to be held for Michael Landsberry

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Updated: 10/30/2013 10:56 am
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- On Friday, Nov. 1, several of northern Nevada’s top musicians and bands will come together to pay tribute to Master Sergeant Michael Landsberry, the teacher and coach who was killed in last week’s tragic shooting at Sparks Middle School.

“A Hero Sung: A Benefit Concert to Honor Master Sergeant Michael Landsberry” will be held in the Grand Theatre at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino (GSR) in Reno at 7 p.m. and will feature a lineup of some of the region’s musical bands, including Lavish Green, Crush and Knowledge Lives Forever. Tickets will be available at the door for a suggested donation of $15 with all of the proceeds going directly to Master Sergeant Landsberry’s wife and two daughters. For more information, visit www. https://www.facebook.com/events/700133763330070/.

Joining Knowledge Lives Forever, Crush and Lavish Green, will be northern Nevada regulars, Bazooka Zoo, Eric Anderson, Joel Ackerson, Lucas Young, Lacey Mattison and a performance from the popular performance group, The Siren Society. GSR is donating the Grand Theatre, the audio/visual equipment and setup for the event. Further, GSR has announced they will donate part of the beverage proceeds from the evening’s event to the Landsberry family. For more information, call Mike Draper, Draper Strategies and Communications, at (775) 303-3252.

Checks should be forwarded to:

The Nevada Military Support Alliance
985 Damonte Ranch Parkway, Suite 310
Reno, NV 89521

Credit card and PayPal donations can be made through the Nevada Military Support Alliance website at www.nvmilitarysupport.org. Donors should select the 'Make a Donation' button on the NMSA home page to make a donation.

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retired51 - 10/30/2013 10:05 PM
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renojim, you are nothing but an ignorant bigot!! There were plenty of kids that were interviewed that saw him being bullied!! If you watched all the news coverage you would know this but your ignorance must have blinded you!!

renojim - 10/30/2013 7:57 PM
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@Monique Lopez, that was the most ignorant comment I have read in awhile, the Reyes family should pay for HIS funeral and the medical costs of the children shot and therapy and counceling for every student and teacher on that playground, SINCE THEIR WAS NO EVIDENCE OF THIS KID BEING BULLIED!!

Moniquelopez - 10/30/2013 5:00 PM
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I think José reyes parent should deserve money to help his family and everything there going through .Im not saying what he did was right but at léast we should show some respect to this family that is also suffering from a lost and deserves something so they can pay his funeral.

renojim - 10/30/2013 2:04 PM
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It's because he was a hero, running towards danger to save childrens lives, not a coward like the two of you.

retired51 - 10/30/2013 8:56 AM
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I agree enough already! It's sickening how every tragedy turns into some type of moneymaker!!

N8E PAIUTE - 10/30/2013 8:30 AM
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Enough already... Please explain why the money is badly-needed? I'm pretty sure he left his family well-off & I'm damn sure his funeral was paid for by kind-giving folks. It's too bad he was killed for no good-dirty reason, but c'mon....What about all the other murder victims in the area,why don't you people fund-raise for them as well who badly need the money.
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