A Letter From the Committee to Soundproof Darcie Chambers’ Bedroom

Christopher Knox
Committee to Soundproof Darcie Chambers’ Bedroom
6430 Cedar St
Davenport, IA 52806

Dear Mr. Evans,

I am writing on behalf of the newly-founded Committee to Soundproof Darcie Chambers’ Bedroom, an action committee formed to give the neighborhood some peace of mind and foster an environment for all our residents to thrive in this unprecedented time.

An issue has arisen throughout the neighborhood that I’m sure you are aware of. It’s the biggest threat to our safety, comfort, and freedom thus far in this pandemic. As schools and universities across the country are moving to online classes and sending students home, one student in particular has made herself known. Darcie Chambers has been a pillar of our community all throughout her childhood before leaving to study Musical Theatre at Texas State University. We couldn’t be more proud of her, but since coming home amid the pandemic, we as a neighborhood have been subject to her interminable rehearsing at all hours of the day into the night. On the way to work, James Randolph was forced to endure a pitchy rendition of “So Much Better” from Legally Blonde – the Musical. While trying to lead a Zoom meeting, Martha Tucker had to fight over the high pitched intrusions of a vocal warm up. This cannot go on, and we as a community have decided to put a stop to it.

And you can help us make this dream a reality. If you are able, we would love it if you could make a donation of $250.00 to help us achieve our mission. Your support is crucial to our efforts.

Thank you in advance for your contribution. We can guarantee that every cent of your contribution will go directly towards equipment for Darcie’s room and reparations to those directly harmed by Darcie’s singing in the process.

Here are the ways you can make a donation:

–Make a donation online at http://www.stopthebelting.com

–Call us at 417-ICANTSLEEP

–Send a check in the pre-stamped envelope we’ve included (no cash, please! non-tax-deductible)


Our neighborhood deserves to be at peace, especially in this difficult time. Please help us keep musical theatre students in their place.

Thank you!

Christopher Knox

P.S. All donors are welcome to join us for our Soundproof-a-palooza once we hit our fundraising goal! We’ll all be entering the Chambers’ house to get the job done as a community. No mask required.

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