A concert/support event will be held this Thursday evening, September 25, from 7-8pm at Westchester Lutheran church. The event is being held to to help raise awareness and show support for Zanni and her two missing sons Alex and Zaven and Christine, the mother of Greg.
Members of the public are welcomed to join the 7th grade students and the school choir in an hour of song and prayer for the safe return of the three boys.
We are honored to have a special guest speaker, none other than Bazzel Baz the founder and CEO of The Association for the Recovery of Children (ARC). ARC is a non-profit organization dedicated to the recovery of missing and exploited children, foreign and domestic.
If you would care to donate, the Silah children’s case has been taken up by ARC and donations can be made towards the recovery efforts at the event. By making checks payable to ARC and writing”Silah Operation” in the memo area your contribution will be certain to go towards finding the boys . All donations though ARC are tax deductable. Tax ID # – 68-0650925
Christine and Zanni will also be present at the event and are looking forward to meeting all the kind supporters and friends that have been helping to Find the Silah Children.
Westchester Lutheran is located at:
7831 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Just received – An E-mail from Brianna On thursday My school will have a concert for Alex, Zaven, and Greg. I will be singing “When you believe”. My class will sing “you’ll be in my heart” I miss alex SOOOOO much I never met Greg but I’m sad none the less. Me and Alex were to see the last episode of Avatar together. And watch all the avatar episodes together. On the day of the movie (the avatar) I didn’t hear from him. Well a couple of weeks later I heard he was…gone. I was soooo upset. I cryed to the point where I couldn’t anymore. I vow never to watch that movie without him. I pray every day that he will come home and for the dads to bring them soon. All I can do now is…Pray.
After the Event – Quick note. Much more to come!
The Event was a great success and I am so pleased that I attended. There was so much beautiful music, both inspirational and thought provoking. The school cheer leaders even made an appearance to bring in the concert with cheers for the boys. Wher ever the boys are I am sure they heard.
But the night was about the boys, Alex, Zaven and Greg. The stars of the show were the children of the school who sung their hearts out with emotion and passion. In a minute I was wanting to jump for joy and the next I was on the brink of tears.
I had to ask one of Alex’s teachers, Ms. Packman teacher of Social Studies “Does everyone in the school sing?” She said, “Just about!”. The band was made up of teachers and students that graduated last year and they performed flawlessly.
Bazzel Baz gave a clear accounting of what we could expect from The Association for the Recovery of Children (ARC). Although it was not what some might have wanted to hear, Mr. Baz reminded us all that we might see the boys back in a week, a month, a year or two. He said also that ARC will do everything in their power to make the homecoming of the children a reality. Mr. Baz told us that in every occasion it is the power of prayer and our submition to God’s will that brings home the children and that He and his organization are the instruments that can make it happen. His uplifting talk left me with an increased feeling of hope, but tempered with a dose of reality.
You were inspirational and I thank you for your beautiful performance. You have given me the push I needed to do all I can to help the School do all they can to bring your dear friend Alex, brother Zaven and cousin Greg home safe. You sing like an Angel, Alex’s Angel. Keep singing, he will hear you.