The Exchange Club Family Resource Center has announced their inaugural fundraising concert, “An Evening with Scott Thompson, Songs I Wrote and Songs I Wish I Wrote”, on Saturday, May 8th at 6 pm over at the Coosa Valley Fairgrounds’ Special Events Pavilion.
Tina Bartleson, FRC Executive Director, states that attendees will be seated in groups of four to allow for social distancing. Masks will be required when outside of assigned seating. Boxed meals will be available for purchase from The Season Events.
Thompson will be joined by two up and coming songwriters showcasing their songs as the opening act. The ticket options range from $150 to $500. A link to purchase tickets may be found online at www.exchangeclubfrc.org and via the Exchange Club Family Resource Center’s Facebook page.
Proceeds from the event will support the FRCmission to prevent child abuse. The organization celebrates its 30th anniversary in ’21. Families benefit from its programs, asserts Bartleson.
The FRC will also benefit from the 10th annual Jim Bishop Memorial Tee Off Against Child Abuse Golf Tournament, which is slated for Friday, May 14th at Stonebridge Golf Club in Rome. Information and registration is available via the FRC website.