Anacortes, WA, April 18, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Clara Olive Senff-Bowe/Beyer, 3-26-1911, passed on not long after noon at home surrounded by her family as she wished on March 3rd, 2014. She would have been 103 less than a month later. CSIRI will sponsor a benefit concert and silent auction of some of her cherished possessions to raise funds to benefit domestic violence prevention and rescue services performed by volunteers as community service. CSIRI is seeking funds to recreate Clara's family home as a living history museum, one of Clara's unique visions of compassionate democracy, where arts and crafts can be shared and passed on to future generations. The CSIRI Director, Andi Bowe, honored poet, author, and musician, whose many music videos and books are accessible on the CSIRI organization's website, will entertain, and some of the amazing and one of a kind arts and crafts from CSIRI's many artists featured on their web pages over the years since it was re-founded here in WA in 2007. CSIRI, the Computer Social Impact Research Institute, first founded by Dr. Frederick Bernard Wood in CA in 1979.
Dedicated to social change through the healing power of musical information and to listening to the voice of the native peoples of the world to bring peace and love to all beings and to preserve the Earth/Heart we call Home, CSIRI sponsors domestic violence counseling and on-call rescue services free of charge. There is a donate button linked to paypal on the CSIRI web page for those unable to attend who may wish to help with these goals.
The benefit is free and open to the public, and all donations will be gratefully accepted. Thanks and Blessings to All.