Spotted: Cellist playing at Cafe Borrone and raising money for refugees

by Linda Hubbard Gulker on August 5, 2018

Folks who chose to have breakfast at Cafe Borrone this morning were greeted with lovely music provided by a cellist who’d taken up residence outside along the windows. His sign explained his purpose:

“I’m Nicholas Loh, a rising high school senior. I’m deeply moved by the humanitarian situation in Syria. I have been in contact with a Syrian refugee, a 47-year-old widowed mother of a nine-year-old daughter. I’m raising awareness and support for her and other refugees.

“In 2007, she and her family fled to a refugee camp in Lebanon. She has no source off income. She is unable to afford treatment for her amen and hypertension.

“Your your donations will help provide medical [services] for Saliha and other Syrian refugees in Lebanon.

“Thank you.”

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