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Blue Ocean Music Hall

Performances at The Blue Ocean

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Pauline Wells & Bugsy Moran

A Concert for Hope
A Benefit for Child Advocacy Center

of Rockingham County

Special Guests:
DEVRI + Boston Gaelic Column of Pipe and Drums

Saturday, October 20 | 8PM
Doors Open at 7PM

Reserved Seating: $37
+ $3 Additional Day of Show

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About the Show

Pauline Wells with DEVRI and Special guest from NYC, Brian "Bugsy" Morran along with the Boston Gaelic Column of Pipe and Drums. Get our your dancing shoes and join a Rockin FUNdraiser at Blue Ocean Music Hall to benefit the Child Advocacy Center of Rockingham County.

About Pauline Wells

Pauline Wells is an accomplished Singer/Performer/Patriotic Vocalist including Irish and American Genres. Pauline was born in Brighton and raised in North Cambridge. She is a graduate of North Cambridge Catholic. After high school, she worked her way through college, earning a bachelor of arts in business from the University of Massachusetts, and a graduate degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Anna Maria College. Outside of music Pauline has served in the Cambridge Police Department since 1993, where she currently holds the rank of Deputy Superintendent. Pauline is only the second woman to rise through the ranks to this command position.

Pauline also shares a very close relationship with the local Boston band, Devri who will perform with her at Blue Ocean.

About CAC

The Child Advocacy Center of Rockingham County is a non-profit organization that works in conjunction with community agencies such as law enforcement, the county attorney’s office, child protective services, medical and mental health providers, and victim advocates in the pursuit of the safety, health, and wellbeing of children. With office locations in Portsmouth and Derry, the CACRC was New Hampshire’s first CAC, modeling the multidisciplinary approach and improving our state’s response to child abuse while also limiting any additional trauma to the child. Since opening our doors in 2000, we have served nearly 6,000 children.

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