SoDel Cares donated $10K to Freeman Stage at Bayside

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SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of SoDel Concepts, donated $10,000 to The Freeman Stage at Bayside, an open-air performing arts venue near Fenwick Island that is celebrating its 10th season.

The Freeman Stage is part of the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation, which also brings arts education to southern Delaware.

“While having access to headliners such as Jay Leno and Blues Traveler is a huge draw to our area — and seeing them outside, under the stars, is memorable — the foundation remains rooted in our local communities,” said Scott Kammerer, president of SoDel Concepts. “They give artists from all over the state the opportunity to perform for Southern Delaware audiences. The Joshua M. Freeman Foundation also supports a tremendous arts outreach program to underserved communities and children who live in Sussex County. Many of these children wouldn’t experience a live performance without the foundation’s efforts.”

The Joshua M. Freeman Foundation was founded in 2007 to honor Josh Freeman, the former chairman of the Carl M. Freeman Foundation, who died in December 2006.

For information, visit freemanstage.org and sodelconcepts.com.