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A Channel of Peace fundraiser honors three

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A Channel of Peace (ACOP), a Lehigh Valley-centered non-for-profit dedicated to creating faith-filled family entertainment while educating future filmmakers, is holding its inaugural fundraiser from 6 to 10 p.m. June 24, at Bell Gate Farm, 7081 Bell Gate Road, Coopersburg.
The Art with Heart Celebration will honor actor Gary Sinise as well as Valley residents David Jaindl and Alice Freeh. They will receive the 2021 Channel of Peace Award for Entertainment, Community Service and Education, respectively.
“Our guests, that night, will be the very first people to see the first 10 minutes of ‘Lucky Louie’ ... a mystery comedy about a retired cop who’s obsessed with a 50-year old bank robbery,” said Tammy Roebuck, ACOP producing partner.
ACOP co-founder Daniel Roebuck, currently starring in a Universal Studios picture in Budapest Hungary, commented, “We are so very excited to honor these three individuals to shine a light on their great work while promoting peace, goodwill, service to the local community and the world beyond.”

For nearly 40 years, Sinise has stood as an advocate on behalf of America’s service members.
Jaindl serves as a trustee for the Jaindl Foundation that benefits various nonprofits in the Lehigh Valley. He is a co-founder, officer and director of the Miracle League of the Lehigh Valley.
Freeh is an educator, theater director and community volunteer.
For information, visit achannelofpeace.org.


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