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RICHMOND: The Diamond Sisters are "JumP In" For Autism Awareness, and in conjunction with JP JumPers Foundation are putting on a benefit performance for children with Autism. The show is a look at some of the insane things you see at church and it is filled mix of comedy, music, dance, theater and a lot of fun.

The fundraiser is Sunday, November 8,  4pm at The Henrico Theater, 305 East Nine Mile Road, Henrico, doors will open at 3pm.  The Diamond Sister include Hanover sisters Wendy Fox-Williams, Wanda Fox-Miller and Kimberly Fox-Knight,  singing, acting, dancing and performing all of their original songs. Benefits JP JumPers Foundation founded by Pam Mines, Adult tickets $20, ages 4-12 $10 and a $7 for a reception afterward. For more information visit http://www.jpjumpingfoundation.org.

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