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Flying Gravity Circus Benefit Performance: for Farmer Lincoln

Pine Hill Hosts Flying Gravity Circus to Benefit Farmer Lincoln Geiger

Join us for a performance of this year's Flying Gravity Circus show, "Moments!"
The Flying Gravity Circus (FGC) is made up of current Pine Hill students and children from the
local community.  The circus troupe was started by Pine HIll's Hilltop Circus founder, Jackie 
Davis, and continues in her tradition directed now by Pine Hill alum Jonathan Roitman.
Pine Hill is delighted to host this performance of the Flying Gravity Circus in
support of Lincoln Geiger.  All proceeds (aside from concessions sold by the FGC)
will go directly to Farmer Lincoln Geiger.
Long-time Wilton resident and Temple-Wilton Community Farm dairy man
Lincoln Geiger was injured last year by a bull while working at the farm.
He spent several months in the hospital and is now recovering from his severe
internal injuries.
Temple-Wilton Community Farm is located on one of the oldest farm properties in Wilton,
dating to the mid-1700s, and includes the oldest Community Supported Agriculture
operation in the country. Geiger has been instrumental in the founding of
the Community Farm and in keeping it in operation.
Members of the local Wilton community are finding ways to help Lincoln and
the farm during his rehabilitation. The Flying Gravity Circus, a touring
youth performing circus, will be hosting a benefit performance with all
proceeds from the show donated to help Farmer Lincoln pay his outstanding
medical bills.
Suggested Donation: $6.00

Contact Sarah Lind with questions at (603) 654-6003

Saturday, March 30, 2013 - 7:00pm