BEAN STATION — “An Evening of Bluegrass” on Friday, April 12, will not only offer a lot of good, all-family entertainment to those who love the authentic American music, but will also help raise money for Kingswood Home for Children.
The third annual event is hosted by Michelin® and Porter’s Tire Stores.
The 7 p.m. show (doors will open at 6 p.m.) will be held at Manley Baptist Church, in Morristown, and features the groups Primitive Quartet and Saved by Faith.
Tickets for the event are $15 per person, with children age 5 and under admitted free.
Tickets and can be purchased for the event at all Porter Tire locations or at the door on the night of the event. All proceeds will directly benefit Kingswood Home for Children.
Kingswood Home for Children brings healing and hope to hurting children and families in His name. Beginning in 1943, Executive Director Gene Whaley said, Kingswood served as an orphanage, school, and place of healing for children in the East Tennessee area. Serving children that have been abandoned, abused, neglected, or displaced, Kingswood continues to be a place of healing today.
As a residential home for children, the kids at Kingswood live in cottages where the whole child is ministered to including spiritually, emotionally, mental health, physically, and educationally.
Kingswood receives no State or Federal funding and is 100% privately funded through individuals, churches, businesses, foundations, and the United Way.
For more information, visit their website at www.kingswoodkids.org or call 865-767-2121.
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