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Published by Foster’s Daily Democrat
DOVER — The historic Strand Theater was filled with music for a cause on Sunday, a benefit to aid people who are continuing the good fight against the opioid crisis facing Granite Staters.
Recovery Rocks/The Recovery Revolution was a benefit for SOS Recovery Community Centers. Currently the substance abuse disorder support centers are in three locations — Rochester, Durham and the newest just opening on April 17th in Dover.
“This is Recovery Rocks 2.0,” said Amanda Allen, fundraising chair and a recovery coach at SOS. “We did the first one last year, in Rochester, at the Opera House. We have six local artists who have donated their time today to provide great music for us and two photographers/film people who are documenting the day.”
SOS Director John Burns said the idea for the event began with last year’s concert in Rochester. He said they want to make the concerts an annual event.