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Winter Pickin’ Party for United Way at Heritage Hall PDF Print
Written by Steve Frank   
Tuesday, 05 February 2013 10:33

On Saturday, February 23, at 6pm, in an effort to reach their goal for 2013, the Johnson County United Way will present a benefit concert, featuring Faultline, Fire in the Kitchen, Laurel Creek Trail, New Covenant, and Slice of Bluegrass on the Heritage Hall stage. These groups boast some of the area’s top musicians, specializing in bluegrass, gospel, and Celtic music. For only $10 for adults & $5 for kids at the door, you will not only have great entertainment, but also an auction featuring quality items such as  quilts, TN Titan stuff, woodworking and art work items, and a photo shoot, along with several door prizes and TN’s Lieutenant Gov. Ron Ramsey as the auctioneer.  Johnson County United Way benefits the Emergency Heating Assistance program, the JC Cancer Support Group, JC Safe Haven, the Senior Center, the Community Center, 4H, Legal Aid and the American Red Cross, along with Cold Springs/Forge Creek , Trade, Neva,Butler, and Shady Valley Fire Departments. What a great way to kick the winter doldrums, enjoy good music with your friends and neighbors, and support your community all in one night. For more information: 423-727-7444 – Leave a message.

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