Two Fishers students organized a concert April 14 to benefit young victims of AIDS in Africa.
The concert, held at Crossroads Community Church, featured five local bands and a raffle of original artwork created by Hamilton Southeastern students. This was the second year for the fundraiser.
“This isn’t a school project,” said Nigam Arora, a junior at Hamilton Southeastern, who organized the event with Stephanie Harris, a Fishers High student. “We really are doing this because we thought we could help.”
About 170 people attended the event, which raised $1,176. The proceeds will be given to the Indiana University Medical Center to be used for medical supplies to be distributed in Africa.
This giant eye was one of the many art pieces made by HSE students that were raffled off near the end of the evening. (Photos by Brenda Staples)