Sunday June 5, 2011 – Sunday June 5, 2011

505 Main Street

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JUNE 5Th   5-8 PM


Main Street, Monroe CT

$45 pp

This unique evening will include Italian style Hors Devours,

a musical presentation by Frank Mastrone,

inspirational and healing conversation with Anna Raimondi,

a cash bar, raffle prizes, silent auction, balloon release

and a rare opportunity to support a local organization

devoted to the advancement of education

in the memory of our children who have left us too soon.”

The Tony Brown Foundation is a tribute to a life well lived.  The mission of The Tony Brown Foundation is to help families suffering from the loss of a child, move forward with their grief. It also supports education in the fields of extreme sports and the arts by providing scholarships to Masuk High School and Full Sail University.

A Cocktail Reception

with Broadway Star

Frank Mastrone

Frank graduated from Masuk High School in 1978 and is now a veteran  of such Broadway shows as Les Miserables, Jekyll & Hyde, Saturday Night Fever, Cats, Big: The Musical, and currently a member of the cast of The Phantom of the Opera.  Frank will, of course, be singing a few standards from some of the shows that have allowed him to perform in NY for over twenty years, and, some new material.

Guest Speaker – Author and Radio Personality

Anna Raimondi

Anna holds a B.A. in Clinical Psychology, an M.B.A., and is a Certified Hypnotherapist, Grief Counselor and Spiritual Counselor.   Her path has led her to teach, work with clients, present seminars and produce a Guided Meditation CD entitled Road to a Tranquil Spirit and write a book entitled Talking to the Dead in Suburbia-An Ordinary Woman with an Extraordinary Gift.  Anna can also be heard on WNLK 1350/1400AM Thursday evenings from 9pm-10pm.


Buy tickets on line by registering and paying OR mail a check payable to The Tony Brown Foundation – PO Box 822  -Monroe, Ct 06468  Please include contact info.

This evening will not only raise money for the foundation but will provide a night of entertainment and healing in memory of our children and honor of us as parents.


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